1. $2.5 Million In Grants Available For San Gabriel Valley

    LOS ANGELES COUNTY – Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced a $2,500,000 County grant program to replant trees in parts of the San Gabriel Valley devastated by the December 2011 windstorm. Grants of up to $100,000 will be awarded competitively to cities, other public agencies and nonprofit organizations that partner with...
  2. Learn to Prune Trees the Right Way, Young Tree Care Workshop in Goleta on January 21st

    Keep your trees healthy with proper pruning techniques taught by experienced professionals at a free public workshop.  Goleta Valley Beautiful, California ReLeaf, Santa Barbara Unified School District and the Central Coast Urban Forest Council are among the co-sponsors of a Young Tree Care Workshop on Saturday January 21st from 8:30...
  3. Funds for “Friends”

    The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), with generous support from Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc., is seeking to strengthen specific volunteer organizations and unleash their potential to serve their public lands by awarding 50 Every Day Grants over the next several months for organizational capacity building. Often referred to or...
  4. Siemens Sustainable Community Awards

    The Alliance for Community Trees and Siemens Sustainable Community Awards provide tree donations worth up to $20,000 to cities which demonstrate that their community has forged relationships with residents and the local private sector to set and achieve complementary economic, environmental and social goals. Does your non-profit partner with a...
  5. EPA Environmental Justice Small Grants Program

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced that the Agency is seeking applicants for $1 million in environmental justice small grants expected to be awarded in 2012. EPA’s environmental justice efforts aim to ensure equal environmental and health protections for all Americans, regardless of race or socioeconomic status through...
  6. Toshiba Technology Makeover Video Contest

    Technology innovator Toshiba is currently sponsoring a Facebook contest for charitable nonprofits that includes a grand prize valued at $100,000. Toshiba’s Helping the Helpers Technology Makeover Video Contest is open to all qualifying tax-exempt charitable organizations that create a video (up to a maximum of two minutes in total viewing...
  7. New Grant Program for ACTrees Member Organizations

    Alliance for Community Trees is pleased to announce the Alliance for Community Trees People’s Garden Grants, a new program designed to explore and deepen the connections between community trees and urban agriculture. Now in their pilot year, the ACTrees People’s Garden Grants will promote the connections between trees and urban...
  8. EPA Requests Proposals for Urban Waters Small Grants

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency expects to award between $1.8 to $3.8 million in funding for projects across the country to help restore urban waters by improving water quality and supporting community revitalization. The funding is part of EPA’s Urban Waters program, which supports communities in their efforts to access,...
  9. Four Los Angeles Nonprofits Unite to Plant Trees

    The Hollywood/LA Beautification Team (HBT), Koreatown Youth & Community Center (KYCC), Los Angeles Conservation Corps (LACC), Northeast Trees (NET) are co-hosting a local tree planting event to celebrate the multiple job creation and community health benefits that have been realized through projects completed by the four non-profit groups.  The projects  are...