2018 Every Day Events Grantees

The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), with major funding support from Toyota, offered $100,000 in mini-grants up to $8,000 each to support restoration and/or resilience-focused volunteer events on public lands. Awarded grantees will be expected to lead service events that either restored public lands and/or make those lands more resilient to future natural disasters. Grant-funded activities will mobilize community volunteers and educate participants about their role in protecting the long-term sustainability of their local public lands. Funds were awarded to the following grantees:

Mississippi Park Connection, Saint Paul, MN

Institute for Environmental Solutions, Denver, CO

Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy, Rolling Hills Estates, CA

Nature in the City, San Francisco, CA

Food Forest Collective, Seattle, WA

Greater Farallones Association, San Francisco, CA

Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, Seattle, WA

Bolsa Chica Conservancy, Huntington Beach, CA

Rocky Mountain Wild, Denver, CO

Hermann Park Conservancy, Houston, TX

Friends of the Chicago River, Chicago, IL

Maxwell Street Community Garden c/o NeighborSpace, Chicago, IL

Livable Buckhead, Atlanta, GA