The Yolo Air Quality Education Grant was established in 2022 with the goal of improving air quality by engaging Yolo County children in programs that drive behavior change through education, infrastructure improvements, or other methods.
The purpose of the Yolo Air Quality Education grant is to fund programs that foster behavior change among children, leading to improved air quality. Programs could include educating children about the importance of understanding and monitoring air quality, introducing children to strategies for improving air quality, making infrastructure improvements to drive behavior change, and more.
In 2022, through the Yolo Air Quality Education grant, YCF anticipates awarding 1-3 grants, totaling $10,000. Applications may request up to $10,000. Funding will be disbursed in the summer of 2022.
Please note that the requirements articulated below were developed for a previous round of the grant opportunity. Details for future rounds may differ.
To be eligible for consideration, organizations must:
|Letter of Interest (LOI) Launch||March 17, 2022|
|LOI Deadline||April 4, 2022|
|Grant Application Invitations Issued||April 20, 2022|
|Grant Application Deadline||May 23, 2022|
|Award Notifications||June 2022|
Proposals will only be accepted through our online application. No email or paper applications will be accepted.
To apply, applicants must create or profile in the Foundation's grants portal via the link below. Please make sure your organization’s legal name associated with your tax ID number and mailing address are current in your grant organization profile. If you are a fiscally sponsored organization, please make sure your fiscal sponsor name and tax ID number is current in your grant organization profile.
For questions about the Yolo Air Quality Education Grant program, please contact email@example.com. For technical assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.