An annual grant program for community groups and educators to address environmental health.
The Community Grant program helps groups across the state address environmental health issues in their communities. While any secondary school educators, nonprofits, and community organizations can collaborate and apply, funds can only be released to 501 c3 status organizations.
Funding may be used for one year of research, data analysis, community engagement, citizen science, education or evaluation related to a local environmental health issue. More than 80 community-based groups and educators from across the state have applied to the CHHE Community Grant Program. Information on those selected for funding can be seen below.
Grantees may receive up to $8,000 and preference may be given to groups whose projects directly align with CHHE research. Funding will be on an annual basis, with applications due mid-late September.
Previously Funded Community Grants
|Partnership Effort for the Advancement of Children’s Health (PEACH)||Durham, NC||Toxic metal education and outreach|
|Partners for Environmental Justice (PEJ)||Raleigh, NC||Youth watershed and environmental justice programming|
|Cape Fear River Watch||Wilmington, NC||Coal ash spills and water quality research|
|Cumberland County Department of Public Health||Fayetteville, NC||Asthma research and outreach|
|Friends of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences|
|Environmental health literacy programming|
|Haw River Assembly||Bynum, NC||Community solutions for safe drinking water|
|Sound Rivers, Inc.||Washington, NC||Assessing toxin patterns and pathways in waterways|
|Sustainable Sandhills||Fayetteville, NC||Removing hurricane-induced mold; healthy home outreach|
|Clean Aire NC||Charlotte, NC||Citizen science air quality monitoring in low-income neighborhoods|
|Piedmont Environmental Alliance||Winston-Salem, NC||Citizen science air quality monitoring in schools|
|Reinvestment Partners||Durham, NC||Lead education and outreach|
Questions? Contact Katy May, firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-515-2681.