Across the United States there is a group that is dedicated to recording and preserving the gardens of America. This organization is known as the Garden Clubs of America. Today they have over 18,000 members and over 200 chapters throughout the nation.
Many state chapters of the Garden Clubs of America choose to fundraise with Rada Cutlery to help fund different projects and scholarships. This non-profit group started in 1913 and today they award over $200,000 a year in scholarships.
The scholarships range from desert studies to botany. The group is a proud supporter in the education process and has a goal to “promote greater understanding of the interdependence of horticulture, environmental protection, and community improvement.”
Garden Clubs of America have used Rada Cutlery as a fundraiser for their chapters and receive a 40% profit on their fundraising sales. The Conejo Valley Garden Club in California is selling Rada Cutlery products.
The leader said, “I bought my first knife in Bainbridge, New York last month and love it.”
Now the group will be selling the Rada Cutlery items to raise money for their organization for funds to go toward scholarships and other local garden projects throughout the community.
All of Rada’s products are manufactured in Waverly, Iowa and are 100% Made in the USA. People appreciate the opportunity to purchase quality, useful kitchen products while supporting a good fundraising cause. Perhaps that is why over 19,000 non-profit groups each year choose to fund raise selling Rada Cutlery kitchen knives, utensils and gift sets. Other Rada Cutlery fundraising products offered in the catalog include cookbooks, stoneware, soy wax candles and quick mixes.
The Garden Club of America is a good fit for fundraising with Rada products because of their support and commitment to preserving gardens throughout the United States. In 2013, the organization will be restoring of the East 69th Entrance to Central Park.
Along with the Garden Clubs of America there is also an organization called National Garden Clubs Inc. This club serves the same mission as the Garden Clubs of America, “to provides education, resources and national networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, civic and environmental responsibility.”