What grants are available in Illinois?
After submitting your FAFSA®, you are automatically considered for three types of grants – the State of Illinois Monetary Award Program (MAP) grant, (for Illinois residents), the Federal Pell Grant (Pell), and the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG).
What is a EPA grant?
EPA grant programs and other funding opportunities Multipurpose Grants to States and Tribes: This grant program provides funding to states, tribes, and territories for high priority activities that complement programs under established environmental statutes.
How do I apply for a government grant?
To search or apply for grants, use the free, official website, Grants.gov. Commercial sites may charge a fee for grant information or application forms. Grants.gov centralizes information from more than 1,000 government grant programs. It’s designed to help states and organizations find and apply for grants.
What is a brownfield grant?
Brownfield Assessment Grants provide funding for developing inventories of brownfield sites, prioritizing sites, conducting community involvement activities, conducting planning, conducting site assessments, developing site-specific cleanup plans, and developing reuse plans related to brownfield sites.
What is the Green grant Fund program?
Green grants are those grants available to organizations engaged in those industries or fields of study that emphasize clean energy or sustainable technologies that reduce the impact of man’s harmful influence on our planet. Other government agencies such as the Department of Energy, also offer green grant funding.
How do I get a free government grant?
How much does it cost to get a recycling grant?
The program provides recycling grants for specialized recycling bins (indoor and outdoor) and start-up support to the Community Champions Program, by ensuring more accessible and convenient out-of-home opportunities for recycling. Amount: Up to $20,000
What is the Illinois Recycling Association and foundation?
Promoting Waste Reduction, Reuse and Recycling The Illinois Recycling Association is a statewide coalition of recycling professionals in government, business, educational institutions and not for profit organizations. Our purpose is to promote waste reduction, reuse of materials and recycling.
What kind of grants are available in Illinois?
Illinois Conservation Foundation Educational Grants: Provides funding to K-12 teachers for biodiversity-related and historic site field trips with their students. Funding is also available for Schoolyard Habitat projects.
Are there any grants for beverage container recycling?
Grant Name: The Community Champions Program The Community Champions Program is a positive approach to building participation in beverage container recycling.