Grants

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List of available grants

George and Miriam Martin Foundation

The George and Miriam Martin Foundation tells prospective applicants to send a brief letter describing how a grant will help your organization preserve streams and wetlands. There are no deadlines and no formal grant guidelines. Grants have ranged from $1,000 to $200,000. Previous funded projects can be seen at http://themartinfoundation.org/grantHistory.htm
http://themartinfoundation.org/default.htm
1818 Market Street, 35th Floor
Philadelphia, Pa 19103

 

Small Grantmakers Supporting Water Quality and Water Resources Projects September 2018

Cornell Douglas Foundation

The Cornell Douglas Foundation funds projects in five areas: Environmental Health & Justice, Land Conservation, Sustainability of Resources, Mountaintop Removal Mining, and Watershed Protection. Based in Maryland, the Foundation does fund projects in the 3RQ geographic area.

Grant size is $10,000-$15,000 with an average amount of $10,000. Applications are accepted at all times during the year. The application process is straightforward and easy. Applications are to be submitted by regular mail, not by email faxes. Provide the following:

  • Introductory letter providing information about the organization
  • 1 – 2 page summary of project for which funding is requested
  • IRS determination letter of 501(c)(3) status
  • Recent 990 form.  *This can be submitted by email.
  • Project and organizational line item budget
  • Other sources of support: amounts secured and amounts requested

The application process can be reviewed at http://www.cornelldouglas.org/apply and http://www.cornelldouglas.org/check-list. Previously funded projects can be reviewed at http://www.cornelldouglas.org/grants

Cornell Douglas Foundation
http://www.cornelldouglas.org/
4701 Sangamore Road
Suite 133 South
Bethesda, MD 20816