Captain Planet Foundation supports educators and their work to facilitate youth-led projects that result in
positive impacts to the environment of a school or community. Captain Planet Foundation grants are intended to:
- Empower youth by providing hands-on environmental stewardship opportunities
- Inspire youth and communities to become agents of change for their environment
- Serve as a catalyst for education that uses the environment as a context for applied and STEM learning
Funding will be provided for 1) material support in the form of predetermined supplies, training,
and activities; and 2) monetary support to fund the materials necessary to implement proposed projects.
Material Support Grants:
These grants are provided through Project Learning Garden and ecoSTEM Resource Kits. Project Learning Garden grants are currently focused on public schools in the Atlanta Metro region (incl. City of Atlanta, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, Gwinnett, and Henry Counties) and public schools in Ventura, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara Counties in California. There are 3 ways to receive ecoSTEM Resource Kits, as detailed in the grant guidelines.
Monetary Support Grants:
ecoSolution Grants are cash grants for from $500 to $2,500 to support the purchase of materials and other expenses required to implement projects that leverage technology to achieve greater or innovative environmental outcomes.
Visit the CPF website for more information or view the grant guidelines. Grant deadlines are January 15th and July 15th.