We relish the opportunity to answer any questions regarding our Foundation and its opportunities. We have provided the following frequently asked questions with answers to help you find what you are looking for quickly.
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Our grants are used for seeding innovative programs educating children in the environment, communication and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). We also consider sustaining grants for innovative programs and existing programs depending on the purpose and the impact on children. Particular preference is given to programs addressing children most at risk.
Yes we do. It is best to use the checklist on the grants page to formulate a letter of intent for review as to the potential of your particular program receiving consideration for funding.
No. We only issue grants to non-profits as defined in the IRC Section 501(c) (3)?
Yes if the purpose and intent of the organization’s use of the funds meets the requirements under the grant policies.
We do not send letters of acknowledgement on receipt of a grant application. Grants are reviewed once a quarter and you will be notified after the grant review of the status of your application.
Programs are booked on a first come first served basis and only in the following Alabama counties: Bullock, Montgomery, Pike, and Macon. All programs are subject to the availability of a Master Naturalist to provide the instruction.