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Alberta Ecotrust Now Accepting Letters of Intent

Posted January 16, 2012 by LSC

Is your non-profit or charity working on an environmental project on the themes of air, climate, energy, water or wilderness conservation? Would $30,000 help you towards achieving your project goals?

Apply today to Alberta Ecotrust Foundation’s Major Project grant program! Click here for more info.

Alberta Ecotrust supports grassroots organizations working on meaningful projects that seek to improve Alberta’s environment. Applying organizations must be based in Alberta. See our website for addition eligibility requirements. We fund operational costs!

Alberta Ecotrust offers the following grants:

Major Grants
Receive funding up to $30,000 for projects that will lead to meaningful change. These grants are for projects or programs with a broad scope or work towards long-term change. Visit our website for all the guidelines and forms. Deadline to submit a Letter of Intent to apply is February 15, 2012. Only successful applicants for our Letter of Intent process will be invited to submit full proposals.

Community Grants
Smaller, grassroots, community-based environmental projects are encouraged to apply for up to $7500 through our Community Grants program. The deadline to submit a Community Grant is April 17, 2012. Visit our website for more information, the guidelines and forms.

Did you Know?
We also provide applicants with a half-hour of coaching FOR FREE on developing your proposal or project. However, to receive the coaching you must contact us prior to February 10 if you plan to submit a Letter of Intent. Please contact us prior to April 10 for Community Grant coaching.


Apply for a Watershed Stewardship Grant Today

Posted January 5, 2012 by LSC

Calling all grassroots watershed stewardship groups! We are now accepting applications for the 2012 Watershed Stewardship Grant.

Since 2005, the Watershed Stewardship Grant (WSG) program, made possible through the Government of Alberta’s Water for Life Strategy, has provided funding to the province’s stewardship community to support their efforts.

Through this program, grants of up to $7,500 are awarded to watershed stewardship groups which are working in their communities to raise awareness of local watershed issues or improve the condition of their local watershed.

As part of our effort to continually improve the program, we have updated the application process to include new web pages, easier to use application and reporting forms, and a sample application to guide you through the process.

Applications for the 2012 grant period will be accepted from January 1 to February 1, 2012. To learn more about the WSG program, projects funded in the past, available resources, and how to apply, visit the WSG web pages.


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