We seek to counteract the negative effects of climate change on Broward to make our community a resilient and sustainable place to live. The Foundation is looking for strategic approaches to counteract the effects of climate change that align with the Broward County Climate Action Plan. Think outside the box and submit your best and most creative proposal that will demonstrate measurable outcomes in one or more of the following environmental areas:
Restore our coastline and improve coastal resiliency to prevent beach erosion, which will preserve indigenous plants, animals and also help protect communities from flooding.
Increase the tree canopy to counteract rising temperatures, and keep our air clean, provide shade and habitat, increase property value and help cool urban landscapes.
Preserve natural habitats and ecosystems by removing invasive species of plants and animals that deteriorate our natural, livable environments.
Increase solar panel usage for residential and businesses.
Create more energy efficient homes and buildings.
Create clean, uncontaminated waterways that sustain estuaries and marine fisheries habitats.
Prevent saltwater intrusion and adopt strategies to ensure we have fresh, quality drinking water.
To meet the needs of the community during the coronavirus crisis, the Community Foundation of Broward may change our usual grantmaking process to get resources where they are needed the most as quickly as possible. As a result:
For more information email Strategic Grants Manager, Angelica Rosas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW TO APPLY:
Application Start: Now closed
Application Deadline: Now closed
Panel Interviews with Finalists: TBA
Grants Awarded: TBA
Grant Range: Up to $100,000
Official applications are accepted only through PhilNet.
Nonprofits with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status to provide services to Broward County. City or county agencies with projects that demonstrate charitable intent in Broward County. Individuals are not eligible to apply. Previous or current grantee organizations must be in good standing with the Foundation and have submitted all required reports and documentation for all prior grants per the grant agreement.
The Foundation will not provide support to organizations which, in their constitution or practice, discriminate against a person or group on the basis of: age, political affiliation, race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, religious belief, ethnicity, or national origin.