Grant Request for Proposals being accepted

The San Diego Women’s Foundation is accepting proposals for funding for environmental projects.

“The goal of the environment grants cycle is to fund programs that involve people in activities connected to local nature that promote informed awareness of and personal responsibility for the natural environment of the San Diego region,” said Rita Solberg, SDWF grant’s chair. The specific target area was developed after the team’s yearlong study of priorities within the San Diego region.

Applications are accepted electronically until
no later than 5 p.m. Dec. 2. The application and guidelines are available at www.sdwomensfoundation.org.

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