Redwood Creek Greater Outdoors Project provides grants for environmental projects
Funding to secure access, volunteers, tools and materials to protect America's public trails.
From Redwood Creek Wines and Planet Green
The Greater Outdoors Project awards financial grants to nonprofit organizations to use towards specific environmental projects that aim to preserve, protect and provide access to the great American outdoors. See details at: http://www.blazethetrail.com/greatoutdoors/
Call-For-Entries: Dec 1, 2008 – Mar 1, 2009
Registered 501(c)(3) outdoor/environmental nonprofits, such as mountain and trail clubs or conservation groups, are eligible to apply for the Redwood Creek Greater Outdoors Project. Only one application per organization will be considered and all submissions must be dedicated to a specific project that strives to preserve, protect and provide access to the great American outdoors. The grant applicant must be 21 years of age or older and a legal U.S. citizen. All project work must be completed by December 2010.
TO APPLY: See details at http://www.blazethetrail.com/greatoutdoors/rules/
The Grant Application Process begins at 12:00:01 AM Eastern Time ("ET") on December 1, 2008 and ends at 11:59:59 PM Eastern Time ("ET") on March 1, 2009. To apply, visit www.RedwoodCreek.com, complete the required information on the Official Application Form displayed, and submit the Online Application Form as directed. Individuals who submit an Application will be deemed the "Applicant" applying for a Grant on behalf of their Nonprofit organization. Applicants will be required to provide the following: A) Submit your complete name, address, telephone number, date of birth, E-mail address, and the name, address and telephone number of the Nonprofit organization on whose behalf you are applying; B) Submit a Project Plan of no more than 750 words which will preserve, protect and/or provide access to the Great American Outdoors. The Project Plan must benefit the American public who are at least 21 years of age or older; C) Submit a budget for the Project Plan not to exceed $50,000; and D) Submit up to two (2) digital photos that showcase the Nonprofit organization's purpose or mission. (A, B, C and D stated herein are collectively, "Application"). The digital photographs must be in JPEG or PDF format and cannot exceed 300 dpi (dots per inch) or 1 MB (megabyte). Limit one Application per Nonprofit organization. In the event the same Application is submitted more than once, the first Application received will be eligible and all duplicate Applications will be disqualified. All Applications become the property of the Sponsor.
The Greater Outdoors Project is a project of Redwood Creek Wines: www.redwoodcreek.com/ or (866) 221-8571
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Updated December 22, 2008