Emphasizing the importance of good developmental practices for children and youth
Environmental and agricultural education programs that promote a deeper connection with, or a strong sense of stewardship for, the land and nature
Academic or personal enrichment programs that open doors of opportunity for participants through education or experience

Application Information

The 2014 application submission period is now open.


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  • The application deadline is January 31, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.


Grantee Spotlight

The Watershed Project is a nonprofit committed to inspiring Bay Area youth to understand, appreciate, and protect local watersheds. Above: Students at Point Pinole Regional Shoreline taking water quality measurements with a tool called a refractometer.

 

 

We Support

Organizations that serve disadvantaged children and youth in San Francisco, Marin, and Napa counties in the areas of academic and personal enrichment, and environmental and agricultural education.