Engaged in Our Community

The Woodinville Garden Club extends our interest in gardening, horticultural education, civic beautification and environmental stewardship through various civic projects. These projects allow us to make a difference in our community, the region and the world.

Our annual plant sale and garden tour events raise funds to support club operations and our ongoing and future civic projects. Our Reserve Fund Committee actively researches prospective projects for our club to support.

Our most recent civic engagement was the donation of $15,400 toward the redevelopment of Woodinville's DeYoung Park.





Some of our past projects have included those pictured here:




Visitor & Education Center funding of $15,000 at the Bellevue Botanical Gardens.  




Georgia Gerber $25,000 bronze sculpture for Woodinville Playing Fields.


Jerry Wilmot Gateway Park $20,000 funding.


"The Gardener" bronze statue by Georgia Gerber at DeYoung Park.


Northshore Adult Day Center raised bed plantings.


Seattle Children's Play Garden chicken coop and rabbit hutch.



To learn more about the WGC's history of civic involvement, go to Civic Project Listing.