Since 2000 the Hudson Garden Club has offered grants to fund worthwhile projects or programs that fulfill the mission of the Club. Hudson Garden Club is dedicated to spreading the knowledge and love of gardening, the beautification of public property and the support of education in horticultural and related fields.

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Please complete each item on the grant application form.  The completed application form must be postmarked or emailed by November 15.  We will not accept any application received after the deadline. Missing information may prevent your application from being considered.

Grants rarely exceed $2,500. Applicants may reapply annually. Grant monies will be distributed during the last week of December of the year the application is submitted.

Applications may be submitted by email to or by regular mail to Susan McCutcheon at 169 Elm St., Hudson, OH 44236. For questions, please contact Susan McCutcheon at

Grants were not awarded in 2020 because our fundraiser, the Hudson Home and Garden Tour, was cancelled due to Covid.


The 2019 Grant Recipients

Hale Farm & Village – $2,500 to restore a key historic element of the Goldsmith Garden and provide protection from pests that undermine the horticultural learning laboratory.

Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park – $2,000 to provide scholarships for children unable to attend otherwise.

Evamere Elementary School – $1,900 to teach students the joy of plants by creating fairy gardens – all 233 Kindergarten students will participate.

Go Green Go – $650 to buy a one-year Road Runners Club of America membership which includes gloves and trash bags for clean-up of Hudson.

City of Hudson – $1,700 to provide deep root fertilization and root stimulation for mature trees on the Green in Hudson and pruning as needed along with ongoing inspection.

Hudson Montessori School – $1,000 for student-run small business, North House Specialties, will use the extra beds for multiple purposes, including selling starts of vegetable plants, opening a small CSA, or starting a fresh lunch program all week instead of the Community Lunch Program that only takes place each Thursday.

Carolyn Bouquot – $250 to continue the beautification of the Terex traffic island.