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Grant Opportunity for Conservation and Environmental Education Available from Washington Crossing Audubon Society

Washington Crossing Audubon Society (www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org) is pleased to announce its annual Holden Fund Grant Competition to assist individuals and organizations in advancing environmental education and conservation through initiatives emphasizing, but not limited to three areas: habitat protection and restoration; avian monitoring and conservation; and public awareness and education. The program also encourages grants addressing conservation concerns related to other threatened taxa or preserving biodiversity, as well as initiatives to reconnect people with the natural world. Funding for this program is possible through a generous bequest from the late Polly Holden. A total of up $20,000 is available from the fund, with individual grants capped at $5,000.

 

Grant applications will be reviewed by the WCAS Grants Committee, which will provide recommendations to the full WCAS board for approval and announcement of recipients by February 1. Submissions must be received by October 15, 2019.

Interested individuals and organizations should submit an application that supplies the information outlined below (with supporting material as appropriate) by October 15, 2019 to contact.wcas@gmail.com. Grant money will not be awarded for profit-making projects, and can NOT be used for operating costs, travel, transportation, or staff salaries and stipends. Recipients of funded grants will be required to submit a report upon project completion.

 
WCAS Holden Grant Application Outline (full information at www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org)

Name of Individual/Organization

Contact Information:

Address

Telephone No.

Email

What is the project objective?

What need will the project fill? What is the benefit?

Describe the project. Include how the project will proceed and who is in charge.

What qualifications do you have?

What past experience does the organization have?

How will you evaluate the project?

If the project will continue, how will it be funded?

Provide a timeline and a budget.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION ON WASHINGTON CROSSING AUDUBON SOCIETY

Washington Crossing Audubon Society is a local member chapter for central New Jersey of the National Audubon Society. We have approximately 1600 members, mostly from the five counties of central New Jersey. Our monthly lectures and frequent field trips are free and open to the public. More information about WCAS can be found at the Society's web site: www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org. Follow us on Facebook.

 

Grant Opportunity for Conservation and Environmental Education Available from Washington Crossing Audubon Society

Washington Crossing Audubon Society (www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org) is pleased to announce its annual Holden Fund Grant Competition to assist individuals and organizations in advancing environmental education and conservation through initiatives emphasizing, but not limited to three areas: habitat protection and restoration; avian monitoring and conservation; and public awareness and education. The program also encourages grants addressing conservation concerns related to other threatened taxa or preserving biodiversity, as well as initiatives to reconnect people with the natural world. Funding for this program is possible through a generous bequest from the late Polly Holden. This year, a total of up $20,000 is available from the fund. Individual grants will be capped at $5,000.
 
Grant applications will be reviewed by the WCAS Grants Committee, which will provide recommendations to the full WCAS board for approval and announcement of recipients by February 1. Submissions must be received by November 1, 2018.
 
Interested individuals and organizations should submit an application that supplies the
information outlined below (with supporting material as appropriate) by November 1, 2018 to contact.wcas@gmail.com. Grant money will not be awarded for profit-making projects, and can NOT be used for operating costs, travel, transportation, or staff salaries and stipends. Recipients of funded grants will be required to submit a report upon project completion.
 
WCAS Holden Grant Application Outline (full information at www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org)
Name of Individual/Organization
Contact Information:
Address
Telephone No.
Email
What is the project objective?
What need will the project fill? What is the benefit?
Describe the project. Include how the project will proceed and who is in charge.
What qualifications do you have?
What past experience does the organization have?
How will you evaluate the project?
If the project will continue, how will it be funded?
Provide a timeline and a budget.
 
 
GENERAL INFORMATION ON WASHINGTON CROSSING AUDUBON SOCIETY
 
Washington Crossing Audubon Society is a local member chapter for central New Jersey of the National Audubon Society. We have approximately 1600 members, mostly from the five counties of central New Jersey. Our monthly lectures and frequent field trips are free and open to the public. More information about WCAS can be found at the Society's web site:www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.orgFollow us on Facebook.

Grant Opportunity for Conservation and Environmental Education Available from Washington Crossing Audubon Society

Washington Crossing Audubon Society (www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org) is pleased to announce its annual Holden Fund Grant Competition to assist individuals and organizations in advancing environmental education and conservation through initiatives emphasizing, but not limited to three areas: habitat protection and restoration; avian monitoring and conservation; and public awareness and education. The program also encourages grants addressing conservation concerns related to other threatened taxa or preserving biodiversity, as well as initiatives to reconnect people with the natural world. Funding for this program is possible through a generous bequest from the late Polly Holden. This year, a total of up to $15,000 is available from the fund. Individual grants will be capped at $5,000.
 
Grant applications will be reviewed by the WCAS Grants Committee, which will provide recommendations to the full WCAS board for approval and announcement of recipients by February 1. Submissions must be received by November 1, 2016.
 
Interested individuals and organizations should submit an application that supplies the
information outlined below (with supporting material as appropriate) by November 1, 2016 to contact.wcas@gmail.com. Grant money can NOT be used towards salaries or operating expenses. Recipients of funded grants will be required to submit a report upon project completion.
 
WCAS Holden Grant Application Outline (full information at www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org)
Name of Individual/Organization
Contact Information:
Address
Telephone No.
Email
What is the project objective?
What need will the project fill? What is the benefit?
Describe the project. Include how the project will proceed and who is in charge.
What qualifications do you have?
What past experience does the organization have?
How will you evaluate the project?
If the project will continue, how will it be funded?
Provide a timeline and a budget.
 
   
GENERAL INFORMATION ON WASHINGTON CROSSING AUDUBON SOCIETY
 
Washington Crossing Audubon Society is a local member chapter for central New Jersey of the National Audubon Society. We have approximately 1600 members, mostly from the five counties of central New Jersey. Our monthly lectures and frequent field trips are free and open to the public. More information about WCAS can be found at the Society's web site: www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org. Follow us on Facebook.

Grant Opportunity for Conservation and Environmental Education Available from Washington Crossing Audubon Society

Washington Crossing Audubon Society (www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org) is pleased to announce its annual Holden Fund Grant competition to assist individuals and organizations in advancing environmental education and conservation through initiatives emphasizing, but not limited to three areas: habitat protection and restoration; avian monitoring and conservation; and public awareness and education. The program also encourages grants addressing conservation concerns related to other threatened taxa or preserving biodiversity, as well as initiatives to reconnect people with the natural world. Funding for this program is possible through a generous bequest from the late Polly Holden. This year, a total of up to $15,000 is available from the fund. Individual grants will be capped at $5,000.
 
Grant applications will be reviewed by the WCAS Grants Committee, which will provide recommendations to the full WCAS board for approval and announcement of recipients by February 1. Submissions must be received by November 1.
 
Interested individuals and organizations should submit an application that supplies the
information outlined below (with supporting material as appropriate) by November 1 to contact.wcas@gmail.com. Grant money can NOT be used towards salaries or operating expenses. Recipients of funded grants will be required to submit a report upon project completion.
 
WCAS Holden Grant Application Outline
Name of Individual/Organization
Contact Information:
Address
Telephone No.
Email
Describe the project. Include how the project will proceed and who is in charge.
What is the project objective?
What need will the project fill? What is the benefit?
Provide a timeline and a budget.
What qualifications do you have?
What past experience does the organization have?
How will you evaluate the project?
If the project will continue, how will it be funded? 

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