Altamont Education Advisory Board
Grants to California nonprofit organizations, public agencies, schools, and individuals for projects in eligible regions that promote recycling and waste prevention. Priority will be given to projects that address the culture of waste prevention and recycling in schools. Eligible applicants are those that serve citizens of Alameda County and the City of San Ramon, with the exception of franchise waste haulers.
The following categories of funding are available:
Mini-Grants: The mini-grant program awards between $500-$3,000 to all eligible projects that meet award criteria up to the funding allocation amount. In 2019-20, mini-grants supported environmental science programs and school recycling and composting infrastructure projects.
Project Grants: The project grant program would award competitive grants up to $50,000 for projects that would make significant contributions to the development of sustainable diversion education programs and job training in waste prevention and recycling. Types of projects could include: curriculum development, district-wide diversion education programs, job training programs, and community-based programs.
Multiple Year Grants: Multiple year grants allow applicants for the project grant program, to propose multiple year grants for up to three years of on-going support.
GrantWatch ID#: 127688
- Mini-Grants: $500-$3,000
- Project Grants: Average approximately $20,000 each, with a maximum request of $50,000
- Multiple Year Grants: A limited number of multiple-year grants in excess of $50,000 will be considered.
- Multiple Year Grants: Up to three years of on-going support
- Mini-Grants and Project Grants: The grant objectives for the mini-grants and project grants should be accomplished within the 2021-2022 grant year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications can be submitted via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Altamont Education Advisory Board
ATTN: Lauren Arnerich
4393 Stoneridge Road
Banta, CA 95304
USA: California: Alameda County and the City of San Ramon
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