Applications for funding are not currently being accepted. We will announce our next funding Request for Proposals in January 2015.
2014 Funding Opportunity Information
Sustain Our Great Lakes has closed the application period for competitive funding
through its 2014 grant cycle. The pre-proposal submission deadline was February 18, 2014. Details about this funding
opportunity are provided in the Request For Proposals.
In 2014, grant funding will be awarded in two
To be eligible for funding, projects must occur
within the Great Lakes basin. Eligible applicants include non-profit
organizations, educational institutions, and state, tribal and local
Approximately $5–8 million is expected to be available for grant awards.
Individual awards will range from $25,000 to $1.5 million.
Funding Opportunity Webinar
On January 15, 2014, Sustain Our Great Lakes hosted a webinar to share information on the 2014 grant funding opportunity. A recording of the webinar can be found by clicking here. Viewers will learn about funding priorities and the application process, see examples of past projects, and receive tips for submitting competitive proposals. The webinar recording is 70 minutes. To view the powerpoint presentations without the webinar recording, please click here.
Application Narrative Templates Available for Viewing
All application materials must be submitted online through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's Easygrants system, and the narrative template that must be used is available for downloading in Easygrants once an application has been initiated.
see the format and requested content of the narratives prior to initiating an application, you may click on the following links:
*Note that the application narrative is only one of several components of a complete application. All components must be completed in Easygrants prior to submitting an application.*