Foundation / Corporation
John Sage Foundation
Grants to Maine nonprofit organizations for a broad range of activities that benefit the environment. Eligible projects include environmental education and research, water quality testing programs, and land acquisition and conservation easements. Priority will be given to organizations that support the Foundation's mission to promote and enhance a harmonious relationship between people and the natural environment.
John Sage Foundation Evaluative Criteria for Proposals:
While the Foundation generally likes to fund a variety of projects, it will consider giving the majority of its funds to a single entity in any grant cycle.
GrantWatch ID#: 180992
Any funds given by John Sage Foundation must be used in the manner outlined in the grant request. If changes in the original grant proposal become desirable, amendments must be agreed upon by both John Sage Foundation and the grantee and presented in writing.
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