Funding limited to the Foundation’s Upper Valley Region. See a map of eligible towns.
The Wellborn Ecology Fund is dedicated to increasing environmental and ecological science knowledge in the Upper Valley. Since 2013, the Foundation has been focusing Wellborn resources to increase access to high-quality place-based ecology education in schools, with particular emphasis on K-8 education in underserved New Hampshire school districts, such as Claremont, Mascoma and Newport.
Application and grant process
Read the instructions for grant applications document.
Create an organization profile in GrantSource.
Visit GrantSource and create your organization profile by clicking on the “Register here” button.
Complete the online application.
GrantSource will begin accepting applications on June 1, 2018
Answer the questions in GrantSource (these questions are also listed in the instructions for grant applications). Upload your project budget and any relevant attachments. Submit the application by 5:00 pm Eastern time on Monday, July 23, 2018.
If your application is funded, you will be notified by August 10, 2018.
Publicize your grant.
If you are awarded funding and you’d like to share the good news, please refer to our grantee press kit.
At the end of your funding period, complete the Wellborn Grant Report.
If you submitted a proposal prior to June 1, 2017, email your final grant report to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line please write “Wellborn Grant Report” followed by your organization’s name and grant number.
If you submitted a proposal after June 1, 2017, log in to GrantSource and submit your final grant report via the online portal.