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Captain Planet Foundation
The mission of the Captain Planet Foundation is to fund and support hands-on environmental projects for children and youths. Our objective is to encourage innovative programs that empower children and youth around the world to work individually and collectively to solve environmental problems in their neighborhoods and communities. Through environmental education, we believe that children can achieve a better understanding and appreciation for the world in which they live.


http://www.captainplanetfdn.org/

Cottonwood Foundation
Dedicated to promoting empowerment of people, protection of the environment, and respect for cultural diversity. The foundation focuses its funding on committed, grass roots organizations that rely strongly on volunteer efforts and where foundation support will make a significant difference." Apply online.
http://www.cottonwoodfdn.org/

Cyber-Sierra's Conservation Grants Center - Environmental Education
Find grants and funding for environment, conservation, ecology and natural resource projects
http://www.conservationgrants.com/education.htm

Do Something Grants for Youth Community Projects
Deadline: November 1, 2004. A program of Do Something, the BRICK Awards were created to recognize and financially support outstanding young people, to create a network of young community leaders across the United States, and to inspire other young people to become active in their communities. The program honors and funds the efforts of dynamic leaders age 18 and under who have devised and implemented innovative solutions to problems in their local communities in the areas of community building, health, and the environment. Each BRICK winner receives a $5,000 higher education scholarship, a $5,000 grant for continued community work, pro bono services, and other support and recognition. Applicants must be 18 years old or younger on April 14, 2005, to be eligible.
http://www.dosomething.org/awards/grants/

EE Link: Grants - EE Specific Resources
Grants and Jobs page for EE-Link, a WWW directory for environmental education. The page links to information on environmental education funding and employment, multi-site search tools for these topics, and EE-Link's own job bulletin board EE-Link is a project of the North American Association for Environmental Education, a partner in the US EPA-funded Environmental Education and Training Partership.
http://www.eelink.net/grants-eespecificresources.html

EE Link: Grants - General Information
Grants and Jobs page for EE-Link, a WWW directory for environmental education. The page links to information on environmental education funding and employment, multi-site search tools for these topics, and EE-Link's own job bulletin board EE-Link is a project of the North American Association for Environmental Education, a partner in the US EPA-funded Environmental Education and Training Partership.
http://www.eelink.net/grants-generalinformation.html

EPA Grant-Writing Tutorial
Before developing a grant proposal, it is vitally important to understand the goals of the particular federal agency or private organization, and of the grant program itself. This can be accomplished through discussions with the information contact listed in each resource description . Through these discussions an applicant may find that, in order for a particular project to be eligible for funding, the original concept may need to be modified to meet the criteria of the grant program. In allocating funds, grantmakers base their decisions on the applicant's ability to fit its proposed activities within the grantmaker's interest areas.
http://www.epa.gov/seahome/grants/src/msieopen.htm...

EPA's Office of Environmental Education Grants for Environmental Education
The Environmental Protection Agency awards $203 million annually, as small grants (<$25,000, administered regionally) and large grants (up to $250,000, administered in Washington, DC). Solicitation notice and a fact sheet on EPA grants are available in PDF format. Applications due in fall each year.
http://www.epa.gov/enviroed/grants.html

EPA's Office of Environmental Education Home Page - Grant Tips
The tips provided here are helpful hints for organizations that submit applications for environmental education grants awarded by EPA. They will guide you in developing your application and help you avoid common errors that can cause your application to be disqualified from consideration for funding.
http://www.epa.gov/enviroed/granttips.html

EnviroOne - Grant Opportunities
Lists of environmental grant opportunities.
http://www.enviroone.com/searchresults.php?searcht...

Environmental Grantmaking Foundations
The Environmental Grantmaking Foundations directory is a valuable resource for nonprofit organizations looking for grants to support environmental activities and programs.
http://www.environmentalgrants.com

Environmental Justice Small Grants Program
The Office of Environmental Justice's Small Grants Program was established in 1994 to provide financial assistance to eligible community groups (i.e., community-based/grassroots organizations, churches, schools, other non-profit organizations, local governments, tribal governments that are working on or plan to carry out projects to address environmental justice issues. The guidance provided below outlines the goals and general procedures for applicants and awards.
http://www.epa.gov/compliance/environmentaljustice...

Greenville Foundation - Education Funding Interests and Grants
The Foundation seeks to serve high﷓risk and/or high﷓potential or gifted youth, ages preschool through secondary school, specifically west of the Rocky Mountains, via Projects that ignite and inspire students, actively involve them in their own education, introduce new perspectives and inspire critical and independent thought." Deadlines: 5/1 and 12/1.
http://www.fdncenter.org/grantmaker/grnville/educat.ht...

Homepage of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation conserves healthy populations of fish, wildlife and plants, on land and in the sea, through creative and respectful partnerships, sustainable solutions, and better education. The Foundation meets these goals by awarding matching grants to projects benefiting conservation education, habitat protection and restoration, and natural resource management.

http://www.nfwf.org/

Honda Corporate - Community
Honda's philanthropic endeavors are driven by our associates' commitment to being involved in their communities. Each year, Honda associates throughout the country volunteer thousands of hours to many organizations. Honda believes that volunteering shows the power of the human spirit and proves that by working together, we can build a better world.
http://www.corporate.honda.com/america/philanthropy.as...

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