Foundation / Corporation
Grants of up to $5,000 and in-kind donations to USA nonprofits, groups, and businesses to conserve, protect, and restore important wildlife habitats in ponds, rivers, swamps, wetlands, and streams. Consideration will be given to both new and ongoing projects. Applications are invited from innovative groups in local communities working to make their corner of the world more sustainable.
The PIG Difference Grant Program supports projects that improve the sustainability of waterways, watersheds, estuaries, tidal pools or wetlands, or the wildlife that are directly affected by them. Most anything that improves the sustainability of a body of water will be considered. Plans must be for hands-on projects in local communities.
Combinations of cash and in-kind donations of New Pig products are preferred. However, consideration will be given to grants for one or the other.
GrantWatch ID#: 174212
Generally New Pig will entertain grant applications of less than $5,000, but will entertain larger grant requests where appropriate on a per-case basis.
If the project is not complete within six months, grantees must submit summaries each six months until the project is complete.
Groups and organizations of any type may apply, whether they are nonprofits, businesses, or loosely-organized groups.
Cash Grants may be made to organizations recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. The organization must have an EIN and be one of the following types of entities to receive a cash grant:
-C-Corp or S-Corp
In-Kind Grants of New Pig products may be made to organizations of any kind.
Direct Payment to Vendors for materials or services will be considered for groups that do not meet cash grant guidelines.
Organizations must be based in the United States.
Applicants do not have to be a New Pig customer to be eligible.
Applicants must be 18 or older.
Applications must be completed in full and submitted online to be considered.
Prior winners may continue to submit proposals without a waiting period.
-Advocacy groups or media projects.
-Political causes, candidates, organizations or campaigns.
-Individuals (solely for the benefit of one person on family).
-Endowments or general operating funds.
-Conferences, workshops, temporary exhibits, travel, surveys, films or publishing activities.
-Fundraising dinners or events.
The PIG Difference Grant Program will award approximately $25,000 annually to deserving projects. Cash grants would total approximately $4,000 - $7,000 per funding round, three times per year. The remainder would be PIG product donations.
Applications are accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis throughout the year, with consideration given to three deadlines for that term’s application pool:
The review process typically takes about two months, and the pool of applicants and selected recipients will be notified of decisions approximately 8 weeks after each term’s application due date.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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