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OR K-12 Environmental Education Grants

Subject: Environmental Education, Education, Youth Development, K-12
Deadline: Dec. 1, 2018

“The Gray Family Foundation’s Environmental Education program seeks to support programs that stimulate or promote the teaching of environmental education in K-12 environments and increases outdoor experiences for youth.

  • Planning Grants – The Gray Family Foundation believes that the field of environmental education must increasingly reflect the diverse populations of Oregon including programming that better represents the diverse perspectives, traditions, knowledge and relationships all people in Oregon bring as active stewards of their natural and built environment.  We accept proposals for planning grants to support organizations, schools and other eligible entities to examine, challenge and change assumptions and practices so that they may be in better service to all Oregon communities. Planning grant recipients will be encouraged to apply for programmatic funds during the next grant cycle.
  • Programmatic Grants – The Gray Family Foundation seeks proposals that support programs providing student field experiences for 3rd through 8th grade students and/or educator professional development. Program applicants may request multi-year funding pending annual grant renewals through the 2020-2021 school year. Program grant applicants must demonstrate alignment with our priorities and reflect the foundations values towards diversity, equity and inclusion.”

Funder: The Gray Family Foundation
Eligibility: Non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations, schools, school districts, colleges, government or recognized tribal agencies that serve and/or benefit Oregon communities.
Amount: Unspecified
Contact: Link. 


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