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Environmental Grant Programs

We take pride in investing our resources into critical environmental needs with a particular focus on projects that accelerate a transition to a “greener” economy, break down barriers, and positively impact our environment.

Features of our programs

  • We seek opportunities to provide resources to universities, colleges, labs, and entrepreneur accelerator programs, all working on commercializing new clean technologies and innovations via our Innovation Incubator (IN2) program.
  • We support environmental education programs that develop and deliver on a national or international scale innovative and inspiring learning experiences that empower and advance environmentally-sound decision making while improving the livelihood and well-being for all.
  • We work with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to offer the Resilient Communities program, a $10 million, 2017-2020 program that invests in adaptation through regional conservation projects and community capacity building and demonstration projects that advance resiliency. Learn more by visiting the Resilient Communities site.

Eligibility

We make contributions to organizations with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, as well as to qualified tribal and governmental agencies, including public school systems.

We are unable to consider grants for the following:

  • Organizations that are not designed 501(c)(3) by the IRS
  • For-profit entities
  • Political action committees, candidates and lobbying
  • Labor, religious, fraternal, military, and professional association activities
  • Individuals
  • Sports and athletic groups and activities
  • Endowment campaigns

Apply for environmental grants

Thank you for your interest in applying for an environmental grant.

To be considered for the IN2 program, your company would need to be referred by one of our channel partners – you can learn more about them as well as the types of technologies we include on the IN2 website at www.in2ecosystem.com.

Our Resilient Communities program accepts preproposals January – March. Program details, including how to apply, can be found at http://www.nfwf.org/resilientcommunities/Pages/home.aspx.

Environmental education programs applications are reviewed on a quarterly basis. Submissions can be made for consideration at www.cybergrants.com/wellsfargo/communitygrants using the invitation code: EAENV.