Working Together

Partnership Grants I-M

 

Grant Goals / Objectives / Categories Applicants / Partner Grant Size Deadline
It's All About the Fruits and Veggies Garden Grant

The “All About the Fruits and Veggies” grant program provides youth garden programs with gardening supplies, curriculum, soil amendments and plants to help create engaging nutrition and gardening experiences.

Recipients will be selected based on plans to promote nutrition education, ideas for incorporating fruit and vegetable activities into the curriculum, and ability to sustain the program over multiple years.

 

Schools, community organizations, and non-profits in US gardening with at least 15 children between the ages of 3 and 18

One (1) Grand Prize Winner will be awarded with a $1,500 award package and 29 programs will receive $500 award packages

03/06/2015

John H. Prescott Marine Mammal Rescue Assistance Grant Program

Provide grants for:

  • recovery and treatment (i.e., rehabilitation) of stranded marine mammals,

  • data collection from living or dead stranded marine mammals, and

  • facility upgrades, operation costs, and staffing needs directly related to the recovery and treatment of stranded marine mammals and collection of data from living or dead stranded marine mammals

 

Eligible applicants are currently active, authorized participants or researchers in the National Marine Mammal Stranding Network

Award up to $100,000

 10/08/2014

KEEN Effect

The KEEN Effect supports projects and initiatives around the world that result in an increase of responsible outdoor participation.

Basic Requirements:

  • Projects must increase responsible outdoor participation as a way to work towards building a strong community.

  • Projects should be innovative and creative.

  • Projects should have clear goals and measurable objectives.

  • Projects that introduce new audiences to the outdoors through responsible outdoor participation will receive special consideration.

  • Project leads must be willing to interact with KEEN online and should leverage social media technology as appropriate.

  • Project leads should be capable of working collaboratively with KEEN throughout the program process and project reports must include a minimum of five high resolution photos.

Nonprofits

$10,000 grants

 

Second cycle application period opens 03/01/2015

Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program

The Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program recognizes and rewards young volunteers (ages 6-18) who have contributed to their communities in meaningful ways.

National Winners will each be awarded a total of $10,000 in scholarships for post-secondary education and Kohl's will donate $1,000 to a non-profit organization on each winner's behalf

 

Must be between the ages of 6 and 18 and not yet a high school graduate

$10,000 scholarship for post-secondary education

03/13/2015

Mantis Tiller Award

Mantis awards to nonprofit garden programs that turn minimal resources into bountiful gardens with far-reaching benefits, from increasing their community’s access to fresh nutritious foods to educating the public about the importance of gardening in the nation’s history.

Nonprofit garden program may apply such as schools, churches, correctional facilities, parks departments, youth camps, and community gardens.

25 applicants  will receive Mantis tillers/ cultivators

03/06/2015

Marine Fisheries Initiative Program

The Marine Fisheries Initiative (MARFIN) program funds projects seeking to optimize research and development benefits from U.S. marine fishery resources through cooperative efforts involving the best research and management talents to accomplish priority activities. Projects funded under MARFIN provide answers for fishery needs covered by the NMFS Strategic Plan, available from National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), particularly those goals relating to: rebuilding over-fished marine fisheries, maintaining currently productive fisheries, and integrating conservation of protected species and fisheries management.

Native American tribal governments and organizations,  county governments, nonprofits, city or township governments,  public, state and private controlled institutions of higher education, and individuals

$2 million total available

Awards funded between $100,000 - $525,000

10/02/2014

Marisla Foundation

The Environment Program concentrates on activities that promote the conservation of biological diversity and advance sustainable ecosystem management. Primary emphasis is on marine resources conservation with a geographic focus on the western North America, Chile, and the western Pacific. The Environment Program also supports the search for solutions to health threats caused by toxic chemicals.

Nonprofit

No amount specified

Quarterly deadlines:

10/15/2014

01/15/2015

04/15/2015

07/15/2015

10/15/2015

Contact for deadlines:

Marisla Foundation 668 North Coast Hwy, PMB 1400
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

glenda@marisla.org

Mazda Foundation

The Mazda Foundation awards grants to programs promoting:
. Education and literacy
. Environmental conservation
. Cross - cultural understanding
. Social welfare
. Scientific research

Nonprofit

No amount specified

Open period for grant submissions is between

05/01/2015 -

07/01/2015

Multicultural Initiative in the Marine Sciences: Undergraduate Participation (MIMSUP)

The National Science Foundation-funded MIMSUP program is designed to increase diversity within the next generation of marine scientists. Participants receive intensive training in the marine sciences and in professional opportunities available to those who choose this career path. Applications are encouraged, in particular, from U.S. citizens belonging to groups currently underrepresented in the marine sciences (i.e., Native Americans, Alaskan Natives, African Americans, Latino/Hispanics and Pacific Islanders).

Eight selected students spend two quarters (January 6 - June 12 with a spring break from March 21-30) at the Shannon Point Marine Center (Western Washington University) taking introductory and specialized courses in the marine sciences (31 quarter credit hours), attending seminars and workshops, exploring career opportunities, and engaging in supervised research. They also attend a regional or national scientific meeting. After the program, students return to their home institutions to complete their undergraduate programs.

 

Undergraduate students

Funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation provides full financial support.This includes:
*Tuition and fees for two quarters
*Housing in the SPMC dormitory
*One round trip between the student's residence and SPMC
*A work-study allowance of $3,677 total to help defray food costs for the duration of the program
*Students are responsible for purchasing and preparing their own food. There is a well-equipped kitchen facility for that purpose.

 11/07/2014

Multistate Conservation Grant Program

The Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies is currently soliciting Letters of Intent for the 2016 Multistate Conservation Grant Program (MSCGP). Up to $6 million dollars is available each calendar year for projects that address regional- or national-level priorities of the state fish and wildlife agencies through the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program.

Nonprofits,  institutions of higher education,
state governments

$6 million total available

 

Letters of Intent:

05/11/2015

Full proposals by invitation only