Your donations allow us to help your community.
WSU Master Gardener Program
Your donation will enable our Master Gardener program to improve your community. See our programs
WSU Master Gardener of Benton-Franklin Counties has partnered with the Master Gardener Foundation of Benton and Franklin Counties to more effectively pursue fundraising. The purpose of the Master Gardener Foundation of Benton and Franklin Counties, a not-for-profit corporation, is to enhance and supplement the efforts of the Washington State University Extension MASTER GARDENER program and its volunteers. The time WSU Master Gardeners spend is free, but the gardens, clinics and projects they participate in are not. That is why the Foundation was created.
Ways to give to the Master Gardener Foundation
The Master Gardener Foundation of Benton and Franklin Counties has received the Candid Guidestar Platinum Seal of Transparency.
Learn more about our financial information and the impact we’re making by visiting our Candid Guidestar profile.
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4-H Youth Development
Volunteers and monetary donations help us provide the best 4-H experience for youth in our area. Learn more about our local 4-H program and how to volunteer by visiting our About 4-H page.
4-H is the largest out-of-school educational program for youth in the United States. 4-H assists youth in acquiring knowledge, forming attitudes, and developing life skills that will enable them to become caring, competent, and contributing members of society. 4-H helps youth achieve their unique potential and gain confidence that will guide them as adults.
To give monetary donations, please visit the WSU secure online giving page below.
Thank you for giving back to your community!
Please contact our office at 509-735-3551 or by email with any questions about these programs.