Nearshore Marine Resource Conservation Grant
Harold K. L. Castle FoundationSuggest an update
Grant amount: US $100 - US $4,000,000
Next deadline: Apr 17, 2019 (Full proposal)
Later deadlines: Aug 13, 2019 (Full proposal), Nov 13, 2019 (Full proposal), Jan 15, 2020 (Full proposal)
Applicant type: Nonprofit College / University
Funding uses: Applied Project / Program, Research
Location of project: Hawaii
Location of residency: HawaiiView website Save Need help writing this grant?
About this funder:
NOTE: Online Inquiry Forms will be reviewed by foundation staff on a rolling basis, so they may be submitted at any time during the year. Within one month of receipt of your Online Inquiry Form, we will contact you to request more information, invite you to submit a full proposal, or inform you that the foundation will be unable to consider a full proposal due to limited resources and/or a mismatch with foundation priorities. If you are invited to submit a full proposal, it will be due at the deadlines above.
Founded in 1962, the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation works to build resources for Hawai‘i’s future. We do so by investing in promising initiatives and organizations through grantmaking, using our convening power, and introducing and spreading new ideas and approaches to help solve some of Hawai‘i’s most pressing problems.
Nearshore Marine Resource Conservation
Marine Conservation Strategy
Affecting immediate and measurable change in our oceans in the near term, and improving governance and management to ensure healthier, resilient, and sustainable nearshore marine ecosystems in the long term via broad-based partnership and an adaptive, community-based approach.
Marine Resource Conservation Theory of Change
The Marine Resource Conservation Theory of Change depicts the conceptual flow from our giving strategies, through our measurable outputs, to our long-term outcomes and our ultimate goal of realizing the Foundations nearshore marine conservation vision.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- Eligible applicants:
- Nonprofit organizations serving Hawaii with Internal Revenue Code Sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a) public charity status
- Public schools.
- Eligible projects:
- Projects must be on Nearshore Marine Resource Conservation (for waters surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands).
- The Harold K.L. Castle Foundation only funds organizations that serve the people of Hawaii.
- The Harold K.L. Castle Foundation primarily makes grants for specific projects.
- Proposals are not considered for:
- Individuals or businesses
- Ongoing operating expenses (unless it is a new project or organization needing start-up funding)
- Annual fund drives
- Sponsorships, special events, dinners, galas
- Organizations based outside of Hawaii
- Projects taking place outside Hawaii that do not benefit Hawaii
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