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Funding Announcements

Environmental Justice Data Fund — Applications due October 31, 2022

The Environmental Justice Data Fund (EJDF) is an $8 million fund created and seeded by Google. EJDF aims to help frontline communities that have been historically underserved and disproportionately impacted by climate change and environmental injustice. The Fund will consider a range of approaches to using data to advocate for environmental justice at the local and regional level. EJDF will make one-time grants to 60-100 organizations in 2022 through an open request for proposals. EJDF encourages grantees to leverage grant funds for matching opportunities. To view the application, click here.

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Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers Program – Applications due November 1, 2022

The EPA Office of Environmental Justice will fund 5-10 Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers (EJ TCTAC) through cooperative agreements. The centers will serve as a resource for program participants interested in environmental and energy programs and policy development, and understanding and utilizing environmental and energy grant programs to advance environmental and energy justice. EJ TCTAC will provide training, assistance and capacity building on writing grant proposals, navigating federal systems such as and, and effectively managing grant funding. These centers will also provide guidance on community engagement, meeting facilitation, and translation and interpretation services for limited English-speaking participants. Awards will be up to $6 million over three years. To view the full Request for Applications, click here.

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New! Department of Interior (DOI) Bureau of Reclamation (DOR) Water Conservation Field Services Program: Financial Assistance for Fiscal Years 2023 and 2024 — Applications due December 9, 2022

The U.S. Department of the Interior (Department), through the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) administers the Small Surface and Groundwater Storage Program (Small Storage Program) to promote Federal assistance to enhance water storage opportunities for future generations. Surface water and groundwater storage are essential tools in stretching the limited water supplies in the Western United States. Water storage projects enhance and make more reliable municipal and irrigation water supplies as well as provide opportunities to enhance groundwater management abilities and to provide water quality improvements and ecosystem benefits. To learn more, click here.

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