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Grants & Awards

Grants

Looking for extra financial help for your program or organization? Find the support you need with our collection of grants and funding opportunities. KTB has a variety of pass-through grant opportunities available to affiliates and community members across the state. There are also a variety of additional grant opportunities that are made available to qualified applicants through our friends and partners. 

Keep scrolling to check out other relevant grant opportunities KTB has compiled for you! 


Dos Equis Waterways Cleanup Month Grant

Dos Equis Waterways Cleanup Month Grant

KTB is proud to announce the Dos Equis Waterways Cleanup Month Grant.

Keep Texas Beautiful, in partnership with Dos Equis is proud to announce the 2022 Dos Equis Waterways Cleanup Month Grants to support beautification and cleanup projects that improve Texas waterways and water quality. 

The Dos Equis Waterways Cleanup Grants will provide selected affiliate communities with funding for cleanup, landscaping and/or general clean-up projects that impact Texas waterways. A minimum of five (5) affiliate projects will be chosen to receive a grant of $500-2500.

The 2022 Grant Application is now closed. Winners will be announced throughout March 2022.

Rebuilding Texas Fund Grants

Rebuilding Texas Fund Grants

The Rebuilding Texas Fund was established in August 2017 by Keep Texas Beautiful to support our affiliate communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey. 

The 2021 Rebuilding Texas Fund Grants will provide financial aid to affiliates who are planning restoration or replanting projects after the February winter storm.

Grants of $500 through $5,000 will be provided through Lowe’s gift cards, which can be used to purchase materials like plants, mulch & dirt, and other landscaping supplies. 

Thank you to Keep America Beautiful for providing the Lowe's gift cards and to Dow for their support. 

 

Empowering K-8 Youth Through Place-Based Education Projects and Programs

Empowering K-8 Youth Through Place-Based Education Projects and Programs

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Gulf Research Program (GRP) aims to increase the scientific and environmental literacy and problem-solving skills of children and youth in the Gulf of Mexico region. This funding opportunity will support the next generation of informed citizens, scientists, engineers, and decision-makers in understanding the socio-environmental challenges of their local communities and providing opportunities to increase their capacity to address them.

Specifically, the GRP is seeking proposals that engage children and youth in place-based educational activities that will foster the development of the scientific and environmental skills, competencies, and capabilities that are critical to solving complex issues in the Gulf now and into the future. The GRP will accept proposals from nonprofit, state, and local entities, excluding federal agencies, which support educational, service, and/or coordination activities for children and youth in the K-8 grade range. Post-secondary institutions are eligible to apply as Project Team Members working under a Program Director who has programmatic experience serving children and youth (e.g. through a school district or community-based organization).

A total of $1M is available for this funding opportunity, with the number of proposals being funded dependent on the quality and quantity of applications. Applicants must request at least $75,000 for projects, commensurate with the scope of work, that are up to 30 months in duration.

H-E-B Green Bag Grants

H-E-B Green Bag Grants

The Green Bag Grants, in association with H-E-B and Central Market, provide $25,000 in funding for KTB affiliates’ new and existing programs for beautification, litter prevention, recycling, sustainability, waste reduction, water conservation, and plastic bag recycling and reduction. 

The 2021 Grant Application is now closed. Winners were announced in late Fall 2021.


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