On September 27th, 2014, students, teachers, parents, and companies from around the world will come together in support of healthy, sustainable schools as part of Green Apple Day of Service. Through local service projects, we are bringing attention to the fact that “where we learn matters”.
Green Apple Day of Service (GADOS) is the Green Schools Committee's biggest program – and this year we have mini-grants available to support schools in their greening efforts! Please pass along this opportunity to your local school – even better, take advantage of this opportunity if you work for a school. Details about the mini-grant application process are below. The deadline is tight – August 25, 2014 – but if you are interested and need more time contact me directly – Steve Muzzy email@example.com
In addition, local utilities National Grid and NSTAR have made an additional twelve mini grants of $400 available to schools that are in these respective service territories for ENERGY RELATED TOPICS. Note that National Grid has split their 6 grants and are offering 3 grants each to schools in MA and RI. To see which utility your school is under check the following links – NSTAR communities and National Grid communities.
Any K-12 school or college, university in the State of Massachusetts is eligible to apply for a USGBC MA Green Apple Day of Service mini grant.
Schools applying for NSTAR or National Grid grants must be in these utility service territories.
Grant Deliverables – if awarded the grant, you agree to the following: