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Conserve the Future Fund Announces 2023 Grant Recipients

This Earth Day, Conserve the Future Fund has announced five new grants totaling $100,000 to support organizations in Greater Richmond that focus on benefiting the environment, conserving natural resources and enhancing regional sustainability. This year’s grants support a wide array of projects, including supporting a K-12 STEM program and the planning & construction for greening a community center.

City Bees RVA is an engaging, program that demystifies our understanding of honeybees & helps educate the community on the importance of bees in our lives.

Grant Recipients 

  • Capital Region Land Conservancy - $40,000 to support establishing a revolving loan fund (Virginia Conservation Assistance Program) for urban residential & commercial conservation efforts 
  • Capital Trees Project -$5,000 to support the planning & construction fees for greening Northside's Hotchkiss Field and Community Center 
  • Community Climate Collaborative (C3) - $15,000 to support recruiting cohort of local employers to reduce GHG emissions while creating a replicable model for use throughout Virginia, propelling RVA toward carbon neutrality $15,000
  • CityBeesRVA - $10,000 to support K-12 STEM program involving apiaries in Chesterfield, Sankofa Community Orchard, & Northside Pine Camp
  • Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy - $30,000 to support Installing solar panels on roof and wide promotion of "how-to" and benefits of solar energy to other local nonprofits & places of worship

Thank you, committee members of Conserve The Future, for your commitment to environmental issues. 

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