Foundation / Corporation
Walmart Canada and Evergreen
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Grants ranging from $3,500 to $10,000 to Canada non-profits and community groups for naturalization and community development projects focused on the restoration and stewardship of Canadian communities through the use of native plants.
This grant also supports community gardening projects that involve native plants, food gardening and programming.
Eligible projects may enhance local biodiversity and wildlife habitats and increase food security, reconnect people with nature, and improve the quality of life in local communities.
Projects supported through the Green Grants program include: Native planting initiatives; Invasive species removal; Community food gardens; Youth-based and inter-generational projects; Wildlife habitat restoration; Aquatic stewardship projects; Environmental workshops and educational events; Community skills sharing workshops; and Projects serving under-served communities.
Eligible expenses include:
-Native plant material (plants, trees, shrubs, wildflowers)
-Gardening supplies and tools and other building materials
-Educational and communication materials
-Health and safety supplies
-Wages, salaries, honoraria and professional consulting services (up to 20% of Green Grant funding requested)
- Projects occurring on privately owned property that is not publicly accessible
- Projects that do not use native plants exclusively and do not promote organic practices
- Projects (or portions thereof) completed before the application is reviewed
- Construction and excavation contractor costs
- Technical or scientific reports and studies
- Projects developed on land belonging to a school board – School ground greening and food garden projects are only eligible for funding through Evergreen’s School Ground Greening Program
GrantWatch ID#: 150264
Grants of $10,000, $5,000, and $3,500 are available (up to 50% of the total project budget).
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Walmart–Evergreen Green Grants
Centre for Green Cities, Suite 300, Evergreen Brick Works
550 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3X8
Lauren Roberts, Program Assistant
Phone: 416-596-1495 x310, (toll free outside Toronto: 1-888-426-3138 x310)
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