Tulsa Garden Club celebrates Members’ commitment to gardening education and ongoing learning. Members will receive a specially-selected Christmas cactus personally delivered by the Committee, November 15-17.
Yet everyone may enjoy this VIP event without leaving your home! All the savings from travel bans and limited social activities can still benefit learning.
Charitable gifts further the Club's gardening education, programming, materials and supplies, including horticulture and landscape architecture for enrollees with Oklahoma State University and Tulsa Community College's Second Chance program at Dick Conner Correctional Center.
Give gardening education. Give thanks for:
This annual holiday event began as a sale of plant and organic materials decades ago and has evolved into a sold-out fundraiser. Pre-pandemic events featured 200 members and guests, catered luncheon, entertainment, silent auction and drawing for awesome prizes.
Since the late 1950s Tulsa Garden Club has awarded 200+ student grants (approximately $240,000) in horticulture or landscape architecture programs from proceeds of projects, including the holiday tea.
Members, general public and recipients of Tulsa Garden Club scholarships and student grants have been learning for decades. Charitable gifts help learners of all ages, from all backgrounds, gain new skills.
I always come to your garden tours. Fifty years ago, I received one of your scholarships and went on to become a horticulturist. Robert
Enrollees in OSU and TCC's Second Chance programs earn degrees and certifications to equip them for long-term careers in our communities.
Charitable gifts to Tulsa Garden Club are deductible to the extent allowed by law as no goods or services are exchanged.
EIN 73-1359566501(c)(3) Oklahoma Garden Clubs, Inc. Group Exemption