Posts Tagged ‘grants’

GCEF’s $19.5 million deadline is Dec 18th–final applicant webinar on Friday

by Heather Van De Mark on

A quick reminder to the 11222 neighborhood (and McCarren Park) that the deadline for the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund (GCEF) grants is December 18th, a mere two weeks away! If you’re still working out the kinks of your application, don’t forget help is still available to you: The GCEF has its final online applicant webinar… READ MORE

Organizers, activists and do-gooders–heed the call, get funded

by GWAPP on

If you want to better your neighborhood, now is a great time to make that happen. Between the GCEF’s $19.5 million and D33’s Participatory Budgeting, there is so much potential for positive change in North Brooklyn! Do you have a burning desire to do something for your community–but feel like your voice is getting lost… READ MORE

How to get some of the GCEF’s $19.5 million: Application & Networking Events, Tip Sheet

by Lucy Zappone on

Yesterday I attended the Applicant Webinar for the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund (GCEF) put on by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and if you have the opportunity to attend the next workshop in-person on November 13th at the Dupont Street Senior Housing, I highly suggest you go. Not because it’s necessary to apply, it’s… READ MORE

RFP Opens Today for Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund Grants

by Heather Van De Mark on

The Request for Proposal (RFP) for small grants, under $25,000, for the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund (GCEF) opens today! The Request for Pre-Proposals (RFPP) for large grants over $25,000 and legacy grants of $2 million and above also opens today. Proposals and pre-proposals for all grants are due on Wednesday, December 18th. Useful Information: The… READ MORE

Apply to Build an Urban Forest

by Ryan Watson on

The New York State Department of Enviromental Conservation (DEC) is now accepting applications for community groups to plant urban forests! As part of the Urban Forestry Grant program, communities can apply for tree planting, maintenance grants or invasive pest studies in cases involving an infestation of the Emerald Ash Borer or the Asian Long Horned… READ MORE

CCNYC Accepting Applications to Improve Schools and Communities

by GWAPP on

More money is available for a great community or school project. The Citizens Committee for NYC has micro-grants available (anywhere from $500 to $3,000) for “resident-led groups to work on community and school improvement projects throughout the city.” What would you do to improve Greenpoint or North Williamsburg? Don’t just think about it, take action.… READ MORE

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