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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This grant helps mobilize and support a network of nonprofit organizations that are working to directly serve individuals impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, especially nonprofits that support
This graant amendment will support Greater New Orleans Foundation in its Water Wise Gulf South project in response to additional technology needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more than 20 years, Healthy Gulf has played an important advocacy role in New Orleans and throughout the Gulf Coast on issues important to the health of the region’s residents in low-income com
This grant will support Healthy Gulf in developing a strategic plan and a leadership transition plan that center diversity, equity, inclusion and justice. Healthy Gulf works througho
This grant supports the design and implementation of community-driven green infrastructure projects to address flooding in New Orleans, increase water absorption into the soil, and contribute to th
This grant will provide general operating support to Groundwork New Orleans, a nonprofit that engages local residents, businesses, government officials, and others to revitalize neighborhoods and t
This grant supports the Water Wise NOLA project to build capacity among residents in three New Orleans neighborhoods to advance community-driven green infrastructure projects and equitable imp
The community-based organization works to engage and empower individuals, families, and groups in the working-class Ironbound neighborhood adjacent to Newark’s waterfront to realize their aspiratio
The coalition of public-interest and environmental organizations is committed to protecting and restoring the Gulf of Mexico coastal area.
The 45-year-old community-based organization provides child care, youth programming, family support and senior services to the multiethnic, working-class Ironbound neighborhood adjacent to Newark&r
This green planning grant was awarded under the Green Building Initiative, begun in 2003 and retired in May 2009, which encouraged environmentally responsible construction and renovation in the non
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