Grants for Projects That Lead to Real Environmental Solutions
The Captain Planet Foundation awards ecoSolution Grants ranging from $500 to $2,500 to support youth-led projects that result in real environmental outcomes. Activities must be solution-oriented, project-based, and performed by youth. The grants are available to educators working with youth in the United States (international projects are by invitation only). ecoSolution Grants are intended only for direct project costs. Interested applicants will find additional details about this grant on GetEdFunding, a website sponsored by CDW•G with access to a free database of thousands of funding opportunities for educators.
Deadlines: Annually, two cycles for submission of applications—Cycle 1, September 15 –January 15; Cycle 2, March 15–July 15
Designed by SEEKRTECH CO. for iOS and Android devices, the Forestapp encourages users to be productive by staying focused in their work and studies. Forest coaches users to “be present in their daily life,” whether they are teaching or learning in the classroom, studying in a library, engaging with friends, or involved in any other activities.
Annie’s Homegrown, Inc. offers grants to schools and educational programs to build an edible school garden (for example, growing fruits, vegetables, herbs, grains) in the United States. Two types of grants are available: Getting Startedgrants for a new garden program and Digging Deepergrants for already existing programs.
Global Oneness Project is sponsoring a student photography project inspired by the film Earthrise by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee. “Document Your Place on the Planet” challenges students to take one photograph that captures their relationship and place on Earth.