Grants

Please note that the Garfield Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals.

2018


Collaborative Networks Program 

2018

RE-AMP Network

2018

  • The Minneapolis Foundation (fiscal sponsor), (Minneapolis, MN) – $475,000
    RE-AMP Network
    www.reamp.org
    (8-state network: Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin)
    General Operations

Cancer Free Economy Network

2018

  • Children’s Environmental Health Network (Washington, D.C.) – $160,000
    www.cehn.org
    CFEN – Health & Science Node 
  • Children’s Environmental Health Network (Washington, D.C.) – $41,200
    www.cehn.org
    CFEN – Health & Science Node Coordinator
  • Clean Production Action, (Somerville, MA) – $160,000
    www.cleanproduction.org
    CFE Network – Market Shift Node
  • Clean Production Action, (Somerville, MA) – $47,000
    www.cleanproduction.org
    CFEN – Infrastructure Support
  • Clean Production Action, (Somerville, MA) – $484,400
    www.cleanproduction.org
    CFEN – Infrastructure, Communications and Market Shift Node Support
  • The Labor Institute (New York, NY) – $160,000
    www.thelaborinstitute.org
    CFEN – Building Power Node
  • The Labor Institute (New York, NY) – $41,200
    www.thelaborinstitute.org
    CFEN – Building Power Node Coordinator
  • Center for Environmental Health (Oakland, CA) – $115,000
    www.ceh.org
    CFE Network – Policy & Legal Hub and Integrated PFAS Project
  • Center for Environmental Health (Oakland, CA) – $41,200
    www.ceh.org
    CFEN – Policy & Legal Hub Coordinator

Network Support

2018

  • PowerShift (Washington, DC) – $25,000
    www.powershift.org
    PowerShift Network 2018 Strategic Plan
  • Energy Action Network (Montpelier, VT) – $60,000
    www.eanvt.org
    Advancing EAN’s Collaborative Culture & Systemic Impact
  • Institute for Strategic Clarity (Belchertown, MA) – $75,000
    www.instituteforstrategicclarity.org
    Support for CHOICE Fellows Program
  • The Minneapolis Foundation (fiscal sponsor), (Minneapolis, MN) – $50,000
    RE-AMP Network

    www.reamp.org
    Developing and Hosting Training on Collaborative Network Practice
  • Children’s Environmental Health Network (Washington, DC) – $25,000
    www.cehn.org
    Climate and Health Initiative
  • University of New Hampshire Foundation (Durham, NH) – $65,000
    www.foodsolutionsne.org
    Food Solutions New England

Strategic Partnerships

2018

  • Forum for the Future (New York, NY) – $70,000
    www.forumforthefuture.org
    School of System Change Basecamp Americas
  • Forum for the Future (New York, NY) – $150,000
    www.forumforthefuture.org
    School of System Change Basecamp Americas – 2019 Offerings and Strategic Plan
  • Virginia Organizing (fiscal sponsor) (Charlottesville, VA) – $25,000
    Health and Environmental Funders Network
    www.hefn.org
    Planning Grant – Collaborative Fundraising Effort for the Toxics Sector
  • Virginia Organizing (fiscal sponsor) (Charlottesville, VA) – $100,000
    Health and Environmental Funders Network
    www.hefn.org
    Collaborative Fundraising Effort for the Toxics Sector
  • Pisces Foundation (fiscal sponsor) (San Francisco, CA) – $100,000
    Mosaic Project
    www.piscesfoundation.org
    Support for the Launch Phase of the Mosaic Project

Environmental Sustainability Program

2018

Los Angeles Sustainability

2018

  • TreePeople (Beverly Hills, CA) – $50,000
    www.treepeople.org
    Operations Support
  • Water Foundation (Sacramento, CA) – $30,000
    www.waterfdn.org
    Systems Approach Assessment: Building an Inclusive Movement for Water Resiliency
  • Liberty Hill Foundation (Los Angeles, CA) – $50,000
    www.libertyhill.org
    Los Angeles Mayor’s Office Water Policy Advisor
  • Pacoima Beautiful (Pacoima, CA) – $50,000
    www.pacoimabeautiful.org
    Support for Agua University
  • Community Partners (fiscal sponsor) (Los Angeles, CA) – $50,000
    Nature for All
    www.lanatureforall.org
    Water Resilience Education and Outreach Program

Mercury Source Reduction

2018

2017


Collaborative Networks Program 

2017

RE-AMP Network

2017

  • The Minneapolis Foundation (fiscal sponsor), (Minneapolis, MN) – $500,000
    RE-AMP Network
    www.reamp.org
    (8-state network: Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin)
    General Operations

Cancer Free Economy Network

2017

  • Breast Cancer Prevention Partners (San Francisco, CA) – $250,000
    www.bcpp.org
    CFE Network – Communications Node
  • Breast Cancer Prevention Partners (San Francisco, CA) – $40,000
    www.bcpp.org
    CFE Network – Communications Working Group Coordinator
  • Children’s Environmental Health Network (Washington, D.C.) – $250,000
    www.cehn.org
    CFE Network – Health & Science Node
  • Children’s Environmental Health Network (Washington, D.C.) – $40,000
    www.cehn.org
    CFE Network – Health & Science Working Group Coordinator
  • Clean Production Action, (Somerville, MA) – $40,000
    www.cleanproduction.org
    CFE Network – Market Shift Working Group Coordinator
  • Communities for a Better Environment (Huntington Park, CA) – $50,000
    www.cbecal.org
    CFE Network – Building Power Node
  • Communities for a Better Environment (Huntington Park, CA) – $5,000
    www.cbecal.org
    General Support
  • The Labor Institute (New York, NY) – $40,000
    www.thelaborinstitute.org
    CFE Network – Building Power Working Group Coordinator
  • BlueGreen Alliance Foundation (Minneapolis, MN) – $213,300
    www.bluegreenalliance.org
    CFE Network – Convenings & Support for Strategic Director Position

Community Revitalization Program 

2017

  • New Bedford Economic Development Council (New Bedford, MA) –  $25,000
    www.nbedc.org
    New Bedford Wind Energy Center
  • Brookings Institution (Washington, DC) –  $35,000
    www.brookings.edu
    Dissemination and Outreach for “Discovering New Value in America’s Core Cities” Report
  • The Funders’ Network for Smart Growth & Livable Communities (Coral Gables, FL) – $35,000
    www.fundersnetwork.org
    Advancing Network Practice and Restoring Prosperity in Older Industrial Cities
  • PolicyLink (Oakland, CA) – $65,000
    www.policylink.org
    Building and Defending Local Inclusive Economies

Environmental Sustainability Program

2017

Mercury Source Reduction Grants

2017

  • Consumers for Dental Choice (Washington, D.C.) – $50,000
    www.toxicteeth.org 
    Campaign for Mercury-Free Dentistry
  • Natural Resources Defense Council (Washington, D.C.) – $125,000 
    www.nrdc.org 
    Global Mercury Campaign

Production & Consumption Grants

2017

  • Urban Sustainability Directors Network (Chicago, IL) – $55,000
    www.usdn.org
    USDN Sustainable Consumption in Cities Project
  • Story of Stuff Project (Berkeley, CA) – $75,000
    www.storyofstuff.org
    General Program & Operations Support

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