Cedar Tree Foundation’s Rooted in Justice RFP process now open!
Below is a funding opportunity for youth-led urban greening programs in the environmental and food justice movements in Alabama, DC, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.
The Cedar Tree Foundation is excited to announce a new round of funding in its Rooted in Justice grant program, which provides funding for youth led urban greening programs in the environmental and food justice movements. Please review the program guidelines on the Cedar Tree Foundation’s website here and access the Request for Proposals here. All applications are due on Friday, April 8th.