We have over a century of outreach and philanthropy, core principles of our Club.
Community projects include our current and past work at the Ware Garden, Magnolia Garden, with Misericordia Home, the Kenilworth Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, Joseph Sears School, Evanston Hospital-NorthShore HealthSystem, Family Focus, JourneyCare Center, and others. We also particpate in the triennial Show of Summer, a Garden Club of America educational flower show held at the Chicago Botanic Garden.
We educate ourselves and our community in horticulture, floral arts, conservation, photography and gardening. If you have a question about these subjects, please complete the form on the Contact Us page and we will be in touch with you. If you are interested in partnering with us, please complete the form on the Contact Us page and we will be in touch with you.
We are a founder of the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe, Illinois and helped establish the Buehler Enabling Garden at the Chicago Botanic Garden. We established the Buehler Enabling Garden's predecessor, the Garden of the Disabled and continue our commitment to accessible gardening through our relationship with Misericordia Home.
Over the decades, we have given financial support to the Chicago Botanic Garden, Magnolia Garden, Miseracordia Home, Ware Garden, Kenilworth Beautification Committee, JourneyCare Center and others.
Our outreach projects and philanthropic donations depend upon the generosity of our members and our community. Kenilworth Garden Club is an IRS Section 501(c)(3) charity. For more information or to support programs like these, please visit the Contact Us page on this website.