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Support NC EMG Volunteers

Contributing to our endowment allows our non-profit foundation to continue projects throughout North Carolina with our unique vision and expertise. Scroll down for more information.

Support NC EMG Volunteers

Money donated to the North Carolina Extension Master Gardeners' Endowment is invested in perpetuity. Only the investment income from the account is utilized to provide programmatic funding.

Interest earned will be used to provide matching funds for local and statewide projects; scholarships for initial and advanced training; equipment; materials; supplies and tools.

An advisory board called "Friends of the NC Extension Masters Gardener Volunteers" accepts proposals and makes recommendations on the use of the interest generated.

The endowment is managed by the NC Cooperative Extension Service Foundation , an entity of the NC Agricultural Foundation, Inc.

All contributions are tax-deductible and will be utilized solely for the NC Extension Master Gardener Program.

To donate, or for more information about donating, contact

Make an On-Line Donation to the NC EMGV Endowment or the NC EMGV Program Fund.

Purchase an EMGV License Plate . ($10 from each fee goes directly to the endowment)

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By answering questions, teaching classes, constructing demonstration gardens, guiding tours, talking with community groups and other educational activities, Extension Master Gardener volunteers teach people to garden successfully while making environmentally responsible decisions in their landscape conserving water, protecting water quality and reducing green waste.