Letters: Community Foundations seeks grant proposals
Support climate action
Are you — or is someone you know—working on a climate action project that could use support?
The Park City Climate Fund of Park City Community Foundation is currently accepting grant applications for local, high-impact climate solutions.
A broad range of projects will be considered. Examples could include tree planting, soil regeneration, waste reduction, regenerative agriculture, alternative energy sources, reduced energy use, commuter trail connectivity, managed grazing, green building and more.
Grant amounts are expected to range from $50,000 to $100,000, with a total of about two to five grants to be awarded in early 2020. The online application deadline is Dec. 5.
I’m a Park City Community Foundation board member and supporter of the Park City Climate Fund. We’re actively seeking strong grant applications, and the fund is also still open to donors wanting to help support climate action. The more we raise, the more we can grant to high-impact projects!
Find out more at parkcitycf.org/climatefund.
Park City Community Foundation board member
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