These grants have rolling deadlines – you can apply for them year-round.
|Lowe’s Charitable and Educational
Areas of interest include community clean-up initiatives, community gardens, park and/or playground projects and outdoor learning environments. Grants generally range from $5,000 to $25,000. They review applications year-round.
|Captain Planet Foundation
Funding innovative programs that inspire youth to participate in community service through environmental stewardship activities. Nonprofits and public schools may apply. Generally, the range of grants awarded by the foundation is $250 – $2,500. Don’t miss this page of external grant opportunities.
|The Awesome Foundation –The Awesome Foundation is a global community advancing the interest of awesome in the universe, $1000 at a time. Each fully autonomous chapter supports awesome projects through micro-grants, usually given out monthly. These micro-grants, $1000 or the local equivalent, come out of pockets of the chapter’s “trustees” and are given on a no-strings-attached basis to people and groups working on awesome projects.|
Partners with nonprofit organizations worldwide that address community needs and priorities in a meaningful way. The Foundation’s priority areas include: Women: economic empowerment and entrepreneurship; Water: access to clean water, water conservation and recycling; and, Well-Being: education, youth development and other community and civic initiatives.
|Cedar Tree Foundation: This Foundation grant focuses on the following areas of concern: sustainable agriculture, environmental education, and environmental health. The Foundation gives particular consideration to proposals demonstrating strong elements of environmental justice and conservation.|
|The Norcross Wildlife Foundation – the Norcross board has decided to suspend the unsolicited grants program for the foreseeable future. Norcross will continue to support conservation efforts via their land loan program, their wildlife sanctuary and through their various partnerships with conservation and environmental organizations. They will also continue supporting their host towns and providing educational opportunities through their school programs and lecture series. (posted February 2018)|