FUNdraisers & Community Support
For a limited-time, we're offering an opportunity for our supporters to paint a special tile that will be placed along the wall of our soon-to-be-opened Granada Garden Pavilion. Click HERE to purchase!
Budding artists can be as creative as they like with their tile, and designs can range from a tiny child’s hand print to more ambitious art endeavors or even signatures.
PLEASE NOTE: To participate in this project, your tile needs to be painted locally no later than February 27, 2022. Redemption tickets will be sent via USPS standard mail, unless local-pickup is selected.
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Past Community Events Benefiting OMAM
Nov. 1-7, 2021
Shop Julie Miles' exclusive collection of designer jewelry at juliemilesresort.com. The international designer will donate 20% of online sales when the code "OMAM" is used at checkout.
Nov. 16-20, 2020
Purchase fine wholesale jewelry from J'aime Bijoux by Yeomans Gems during Bling Week (Nov. 16-20), and Jamie will donate a portion of her profits to OMAM!
May 1-31, 2020
Each time this special $2.50 bag is purchased at Winn-Dixie (353 W Granada, Ormond) during May, OMAM receives a $1 donation!
Volusia ECHO Grant Award
What Do the YMCA Playground, the Environmental Learning Center and the Museum and Gardens Have in Common? First, we all improve the quality of life in Ormond Beach and help make our community special. And second, we all have received grant funding from the Volusia County ECHO (Environment/Culture/History/Outdoor Recreation) program.
We are proud to announce that the Museum and Gardens has been awarded an ECHO grant in the amount of $400,000 to help fund the renovation and expansion project slated to begin later this year! The application process is detailed and competitive. The grant reimburses for designated expenses up to $400,000, and each recipient organization provides at least a 100% match in funding.
Volusia County’s ECHO grant program provides funds for the acquisition, restoration, construction or improvement of environmental, cultural, historic and outdoor recreation facilities throughout the County for residents' use and enjoyment.
ECHO was approved by voters in 2000 and is on the ballot for re-authorization in 2020. The program will expire and cease to exist if not re-authorized.
Since 2001, ECHO has provided grants for 241 projects in every region of Volusia County, and the average homeowner pays less than $25 a year for the ECHO fund.
ECHO has raised more the $95 million, while grant recipients have provided more than $150 million in matches. Attendance records show ECHO funded projects are visited by more than 600,000 people every year.