NMG full logoApplications for our June 2016 round of Neighborhood Mini-grants are due on or before June 1.

The Neighborhood Mini-grant program began in September 2008 to aid with initiatives promoting environmental sustainability and social and economic vitality in Tompkins County. Grants range from $150-$750 and have been awarded to diverse entities for locally-based initiatives supporting sustainable food systems, alternative transportation, waste reduction, energy conservation, renewable energy production, environmental education, social justice, and community building. Individuals,neighborhood groups, and organizations are welcome to apply.

Proposals are accepted and reviewed quarterly by a team of community members.  To request an application form, or if you have questions, please contact sasha@sustainabletompkins.org.