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Ithaca Children’s Garden keeps growing in year 20

So excited to share this most recent article from the Ithaca Times about the growth of ICG and looking forward to the next 20 years. Check out the entire story here:

Ithaca Children’s Garden: a place for all!

Tompkins Weekly recently published an article highlighting the establishment of the Alston Scholarship Fund at ICG. This scholarship, created by former Ithacan Katherine Doob, provides supportive funding for local refugee families to have access to all ICG programming that have an associated cost. Read the

ICG Launches Scholarship Fund for Refugee Families

Katherine Doob, former Ithaca, NY, resident, has given Ithaca Children’s Garden (ICG) a generous donation to establish a scholarship fund to aid refugee families who are interested in attending ICG programming. Learn how you can contribute to the Alston Scholarship Fund, or set up a

Local Beautification Efforts Recognized

The Community Beautification Award for a Not-for-Profit was presented to Ithaca Children’s Garden. From the giant turtle at the south end to the bulb labyrinth at the north end, the children’s garden helps beautify this section of Route 89 while providing a safe and stimulating place for