Woodard and Curran Foundation
Grants for projects addressing water, food, climate, and energy
Principal Office: USA
The Woodard and Curran Foundation makes grants to help address problems of water, food, climate, and energy. Projects are located in the USA and internationally.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Clean and Sustainable Environment. The Foundation makes grants to U.S. nonprofit organizations for projects related to climate, drinking water, water treatment, materials recycling, environmental education, small-scale agriculture and tree planting, and similar environmental projects. Most projects have a strong educational component.
Small grants of one year (Track 1) are for projects located in the USA. Larger projects of three years (Track 2) are led by U.S. nonprofit organizations for projects that are located in the USA or internationally.
About the program
The larger grants (Track 2) require applicants to submit a letter of interest (LOI) prior to submitting an application.
About how to apply
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) offer an overview of the Foundation’s grant making.
The Foundation provides complete contact information.
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