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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
Through this proposal, the Great Lakes One Water Partnership will facilitate collaboration and provide technical assistance to 28 community foundations and their partner organizations, clustered in
This grant will support Communities for a Better Environment to implement equity-focused climate adaptation and resilience approaches in low-income communities in California.
This grant will renew funding to Communities for a Better Environment (CBE) to expand the Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Enhancement project (CARE).
Through grassroots activism, environmental research and legal assistance, the environmental-justice organization helps minority residents in underserved, industrialized communities throughout Calif
The council, representing nearly 375 grantmakers in Michigan, partners with the state on critical issues. Grant assistance enables the organization to engage the consulting firm McKinsey & Co.
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