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Go Outside Fund in the United States

Go Outside Fund in the United States

Deadline: 30-Jun-22

The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin has announced a call for applications for the Go Outside Fund to provide funding that helps connect youth to outdoor, nature-based learning experiences.

Teachers or partner organizations may apply for funding to cover costs that facilitate getting kids outside and hands-on with nature, such as purchasing field supplies, or paying for transportation, substitute teachers, or educator costs.


Grant applications must include a significant component of outdoor activity.
Grant applications must directly engage children in outdoor, nature-based learning or facilitate access to the outdoors.
Grant applications that align with classroom learning and standards are encouraged but not required.
Funding Information

Grants between $100 and $500 are available.
Eligibility Criteria

Applicant must be one of the following: a public charity with approved 501(c)(3) exempt status (under section 509(a)(1), 509(a)(2), or 509(a)(3) Type I and Type II); a federal, state, or local governmental unit, an American Indian nation or tribal community; or an accredited school, college, or university. The following types of organizations are not eligible for funding: individuals; businesses; section 509(a)(3) Type III supporting organizations; private foundations; and private operating foundations.
Project must directly engage youth age pre-K – 12.
Projects must benefit Wisconsin students.
Project activities must take place after the Go Outside Fund due date.
Project expenses may not have incurred prior to submitting the application.
For more information, visit https://www.wisconservation.org/grants/go-outside-fund/

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