Seed Grants Available for Jewish Food and Enviro Projects

Hazon is seeking to provide small grants to fund new food and environmental projects in the Boulder and Denver areas that engage the Jewish community. Grants are available for organizations and individuals. We are able to provide these grants due to the generous support of our funders, Rose Community Foundation, 18 Pomegranates, and the Oreg Foundation.

Grants are available in the range of $200-$2,000 for food and sustainability projects, including but not limited to:
• New Garden and Farm projects (new gardens and farms OR new projects within existing gardens and farms)
• Food Justice and Hunger projects
• Tu B’Shvat seders and programs
• Eco-Kashrut projects
• Other new and innovative projects around food and environment!

Applications are due June 22nd, 2011. Follow this link for more information, criteria, and to apply:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HazonColoradoSeedFundsGrantApplication

If you have questions, feel free to email Hazon’s staff in Colorado:
Sarah Shulman, Denver Director of Community Education, Sarah@hazon.org; Becky O’Brien, Boulder Director of Community Outreach, Becky@Hazon.org

About Becky O'Brien

Hazon is America's largest Jewish environmental organization. We create healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond. Hazon in Colorado is led by Becky O'Brien, Boulder Director and Sarah Kornhauser, Denver Director.

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