Greenfingers is run by a voluntary management committee including trustees and Chairman Matthew Wilson.
The garden projects are selected by the trustees on the basis of the specific need of each individual hospice, whilst considering fairness in the geographical spread of previous gardens already completed.
Due to Greenfingers' funding limitations, we only fully commit to the project once we are confident we can secure the funding required to complete the project, either from direct funds raised or from core funds.
The type of garden we agree to design will be led by the need of the hospice and the children and families they support. The scope and size of the project will however be led by the funding capacity of the charity.
Garden Application - please download the Policy of Undertaking and Garden Application Form and contact us to discuss your application further.
Greenfingers is now in its 14th year and more gardens are regularly being identified as being needed by children's hospices around the country.
We need to sustain our income level at £250,000 a year in order to comfortably maintain the delivery of the gardens as they are required.
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