Cedar Tree Foundation: Children’s Environmental Health Initiative
The Cedar Tree Foundation’s Children’s Environmental Health Initiative supports campaigns and programs designed to reduce children’s exposures to toxic chemicals in products and in their environments. The initiative will focus on nonprofit organizations working in communities of color to protect and improve children’s health by addressing exposures to toxic chemicals in products and the environment. The Cedar Tree Foundation will place special emphasis in this docket on awarding grants to organizations whose leadership (staff/board) and programs reflect the communities they serve, with a priority placed on organizations led by people of color.
Amount: A total of 5-7 grants that range from $70,000-$100,000 per year for three years will be awarded.
Eligibility: Tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations with organizational budget between $250,000-$10,000,000. However, if an organization a good fit for this grant program and would have filled out a Letter of Inquiry but for the budget restrictions, they may contact the foundation to provide a brief background about the project.
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