Erb Family Foundation - Environment Grants
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Grant amount: Unspecified amount
Applicant type: Nonprofit
Funding uses: Education / Outreach, General Operating Expense, Project / Program
Location of project: Preferred: Counties in Michigan: Macomb County, Oakland County, Wayne County Other eligible locations: Michigan, Lake County, Illinois, Counties in Indiana: Adams County, Allen County, DeKalb County, Elkhart County, Kosciusko County, LaGrange County, LaPorte County, Noble County, Porter County, St. Joseph County, Steuben County, Wells County, Whitley County, Counties in Minnesota: Aitkin County, Carlton County, Cook County, Itasca County, Lake County, Pine County, St. Louis County, Counties in New York: Allegany County, Cattaraugus County, Cayuga County, Chautauqua County, Chemung County, Clinton County, Cortland County, Erie County, Essex County, Franklin County, Genesee County, Hamilton County, Herkimer County, Jefferson County, Lewis County, Livingston County, Madison County, Monroe County, Niagara County, Oneida County, Onondaga County, Ontario County, Orleans County, Oswego County, Schuyler County, Seneca County, St. Lawrence County, Steuben County, Tompkins County, Wayne County, Wyoming County, Yates County, Counties in Ohio: Allen County, Ashland County, Auglaize County, Crawford County, Cuyahoga County, Defiance County, Erie County, Fulton County, Geauga County, Hancock County, Hardin County, Henry County, Huron County, Lake County, Lorain County, Lucas County, Marion County, Medina County, Mercer County, Ottawa County, Paulding County, Portage County, Putnam County, Richland County, Sandusky County, Seneca County, Shelby County, Stark County, Summit County, Trumbull County, Van Wert County, Williams County, Wood County, Wyandot County, Counties in Pennsylvania: Crawford County, Erie County, Potter County, Counties in Wisconsin: Adams County, Ashland County, Bayfield County, Brown County, Calumet County, Columbia County, Dodge County, Door County, Douglas County, Florence County, Fond du Lac County, Forest County, Green Lake County, Iron County, Kenosha County, Kewaunee County, Langlade County, Manitowoc County, Marathon County, Marinette County, Marquette County, Menominee County, Milwaukee County, Oconto County, Oneida County, Outagamie County, Ozaukee County, Portage County, Racine County, Shawano County, Sheboygan County, Vilas County, Washington County, Waukesha County, Waupaca County, Waushara County, Winnebago County Show all
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About this funder:
To nurture environmentally healthy and culturally vibrant communities in Metropolitan Detroit, consistent with sustainable business models, and support initiatives to restore the Great Lakes Ecosystem.
We will only consider requests from eligible non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations for:
- The development or significant expansion of programs that meet our desired outcomes.
- General operating support for organizations whose core work fits our mission. Matching funds or other conditions may be required for these grants.
Desired Outcome: An environmentally healthy City of Detroit, Metropolitan Detroit region, and Great Lakes Ecosystem.
Desired Outcome: Improved water quality in the Great Lakes basin, especially the watersheds impacting Metro Detroit and Bayfield, Ontario, through the elimination of polluted run-off and other threats, resiliency to climate change, and individual and institutional stewardship.
The Foundation will consider support for activities that:
- Promote “green” infrastructure, primarily through low-impact development, to achieve community development as well as water quality goals;
- Inform and engage individuals, business and government about how their daily activities, choices and policies can help improve their watershed;
- Improve binational cooperation and policies on the Canadian and U.S. sides of the border to improve water quality; and
- Align environmental research, policy and practice to work toward a healthy Great Lakes.
Environmental Health, Justice & Equitable Development
Desired Outcome: Sustainable (“triple bottom line”) development, sustainable business models, and public policies that are socially equitable and sensitive to environmental and public health concerns in the Metropolitan Detroit region.
The Foundation will consider support for projects that:
- Promote sustainable (“triple bottom line”) development – development that balances present and future sustainable business models, environmental and social outcomes;
- Encourage entrepreneurial and responsible business solutions to the region’s environmental issues;
- Build a healthy and equitable local food system based on sustainable solutions;
- Strengthen collaborative, community-based efforts working at the intersection of environmental justice, sustainable business and public health, that align research, policy and practice, and develop local environmental citizenship, advocacy and leadership; and
- Promote cooperation and collaboration between consumers, the business community and government agencies to develop policies and practices, encourage green chemistry and address significant environmental toxins and pollutants.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- To be eligible for a grant, your organization must:
- Be recognized as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and not a private foundation.
- Have a current financial audit conducted by an independent certified public accountant.
- For organizations with yearly revenues under $500,000, we will accept a financial review in lieu of an audit.
- Have had total revenues of at least $100,000 for the preceding year.
- In policy and practice not discriminate based on age, race, creed, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, and ethnicity.
- Geographic Area:
- The Metropolitan Detroit area of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties and the watersheds impacting those areas and Bayfield, Ontario.
- The Foundation also will consider select environmental programs that benefit the Great Lakes Basin as a whole.
- We generally do not fund 100% of a program’s cost.
- We will consider multi-year grants where appropriate.
- We generally do not provide support directly to individuals or units of government, nor for loans, grants to support religious activities, capital projects, research (unless solicited by the Foundation), fundraising events, or conferences.
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