Every Day Capacity Building Program
National Environmental Education Foundation Invites Applications for Capacity Building Program
The National Environmental Education Foundation encourages Americans to enjoy, protect and maintain public lands through public engagement, professional development and partnerships. By increasing the capacity of public land stewards, they can more effectively engage their local communities to help care for our public lands.
The foundation, with sponsorship from Toyota Motor Sales, USA, is inviting proposals for its Every Day Capacity Building Program. Through the annual program, grants of up to $5,000 to nonprofit organizations to help build their capacity to support, promote, and help maintain public lands.
To be eligible, applicants be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization or working through a fiscal agent; have been in existence for at least two years; be a community-based nonprofit organization whose mission is focused on serving a public land site in the United States and the improvement and responsible use of that site; and have an established collaborative relationship with a local public land site (including federal, state, regional, county, city or other local public land areas) for at least one year.
Visit the NEEF website for complete program guidelines, an FAQ, and application instructions.
DEADLINE: OCTOBER 30, 2015
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