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grants for deaf garden

I'm trying to set up a community garden for deaf kids in the Portland 
(Oregon) area.  I'm still searching for groups to help out financially.  
Does anyone have any suggestions?  Please don't mention any disabilities 
groups, voc. rehab, etc.  This is not a charity garden for deaf kids. This 
is a gathering spot for a unique community to feel linguistically alive.
It would be a small grant of around $4,000-5,000.  Someone mentioned Fred 
Meyers store???
Do you think it would be more plausible to gather resources from separate 
groups, (i.e. donations from local nurseries, staffing funded through 
rotary, private funds, etc.)... or simply one chunk from a singular entity?  
Any suggestions would be wonderful!
Thank you!!
Shannon Nagle
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