Bowtie Kids Receives $20,000 For Therapeutic Gardening

Grant made possible by the COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF BROWARD

Bowtie Kids, an impact-driven organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for children and young adults aged 5-21 affected by chronic pain and their families, is thrilled to announce the receipt of a $20,000 grant. The grant, awarded as part of the 2023 Small Nonprofits Grant program, will support the expansion of Bowtie Gardens, the organization’s therapeutic, urban gardening program. This grant was made possible by the Community Foundation of Broward.

The Small Nonprofits Grant initiative by the Community Foundation of Broward aims to provide financial support to diverse, up-and-coming nonprofits, enabling them to address unmet community needs and sustain their valuable work. Bowtie Kids is honored to be selected as a grant recipient and remains committed to improving the lives of children and families affected by chronic pain in our community.

“By providing access to funds and resources at the critical early stages of development, the grants made, possible by the Community Foundation of Broward’s Small Nonprofits Grant program, have been a game changer for many of us as we balance capacity building and programmatic delivery,” said Karen Prescod, CEO and Founder of Bowtie Kids. “We are excited, grateful, and proud to be a 2023 Small Nonprofits Grant recipient. The awarded funds will significantly impact our community’s youth suffering from chronic pain and their families.”

In Broward County alone, over 121,216 children under 18 experience chronic pain. Bowtie Kids addresses this issue by offering three programs that provide physical and mental well-being activities and resources throughout the community.

Please visit for further information about Bowtie Kids, its programs, and how to get involved. or call (888)-884-9195

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