Green Communities Grants

Collins Aerospace

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Anticipated deadline: Sep 30, 2020

Grant amount: US $500 - US $2,500

Fields of work: Energy Efficiency & Conservation Water Resource Management Natural Resources Habitat & Ecosystem Restoration Renewable/Sustainable Energy Air Quality

Applicant type: Government Entity, Nonprofit

Funding uses: Project / Program

Location of project: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China Show all

Location of residency: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China Show all

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NOTE: Applications will be accepted through the deadline above. The Green Communities Grants will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.

The Collins Aerospace Green Communities program helps fund environmental projects undertaken by nonprofit organizations and public entities, in partnership with Collins Aerospace employees and retirees. Projects eligible for grant awards must result in tangible improvement in the environmental condition of the community and have sustainable project benefits.

Examples include conservation of natural resources and raw materials, improvements to the environment concerning air, water, land and renewable energy and restoration or development of ecological habitat. The program strengthens our relationship with our communities and helps foster the diverse environmental interests of our employees.

Purpose of the Program

The Collins Aerospace Environmental Management Policy includes a commitment to participate in environmental conservation projects that benefit the communities in which we operate. The Green Communities program is intended to help fund environmental projects undertaken by nonprofit entities for the benefit of the communities in which Collins operates.

Eligible Projects

Projects eligible for grant awards must result in improvement in the environmental condition of the community.

Examples include:

  • Conservation of natural resources and raw materials
  • Restoration or development of ecological habitats (including animals and wildlife)
  • Improvements to the environment in the following categories:
    • Air or Water (creating water/rain gardens)
    • Land (habitat restoration, planting native species)
    • Renewable energy or energy reduction (efficient design of buildings, energy efficient windows, light bulbs, “green projects”)

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • Only projects conducted or sponsored by 501(c)(3) organizations, public or government entities, or International NGOs are eligible.
  • All organizations must reside in a Collins Aerospace community with a Charitable Giving Contact.
    • A listing of contacts and eligible sites can be found at this website


  • Applicants may reapply each year; however, preference will be given to projects that will be completed in the year of the grant award. 


  • Ineligible Projects: 
    • Pure landscaping/beautification projects
    • School playground renovations
    • Academic research projects or studies are not generally eligible, although consideration will be given to environmental educational projects for K-12 public schools
    • Projects requesting funds for travel expenses, administrative fees (i.e. staff salaries, meals), operational activities or equipment