Fundraising is an ongoing project for all non-profit organizations. The Natomas Garden & Arts Club relies on two avenues of fundraising, the Annual Campaign and Grant Writing.
The Natomas Garden & Arts Club is a nonprofit public benefit corporation formed by residents of Natomas in 2017 and incorporated July, 2018.
Our main fundraising goal is to build a permanent Garden & Arts Center and Public Art Gallery at the former fire station, located at 1591 Newborough Drive and Truxel Road in South Natomas. This massive goal requires recurring annual campaigns and an array of grant proposals.
The grant writing and fundraising campaign committees are open to any NGAC member. Contact us today.
NGAC Fundraising & Grants
GIVING TUESDAY 2020 (Tuesday, December 1, 2020) This initial fundraising campaign garnered awareness and support for our Club’s projects, engaged members of our community and generated funds necessary to continue the NGAC’s ongoing projects.
The NGAC’s 2021 Big Day of Giving (aka BDOG) campaign (photos from social media posts) ran for 2 weeks, and by May 6th was an unqualified SUCCESS! Over $11,000. donated from friends, neighbors and generous local business owners. THANK YOU! to all of our loyal supporters! This fundraising platform never closes and all proceeds are allocated to the permanent Garden & Arts Center and Public Art Gallery fund. https://www.bigdayofgiving.org/natomasgac
GRANT RESEARCH & WRITING: In 2021, NGAC submitted a Ninos Pollinator Parkway project proposal to the SMUD Shine Award Program. The project was approved and NGAC is now a Shine Award Partner for 2022! The approved project was renamed Grassland Garden located on the Ninos Parkway and this new pollinator garden was planted in late 2022.