Sustainability Grants

Sustainable

The Foundation and Grants Office is pleased to participate in TMCC’s Year of Sustainability by supporting projects involving students and faculty and staff on campus. Do you need funding to assist with implementing your sustainability project?  Through the generosity of our donors and with support from our Board, we have earmarked $10,000 to assist with achieving our sustainability goals. Awards will range from up to $500 for individuals to a maximum of $1,000 for teams.

Procedures and Deadlines

Sustainability Grant request applications must be typed and complete. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered or accepted. Grant applicants should retain a copy of their Sustainability Grant request for their records.

Awards are considered in October, and applicants are notified in early November of the status of their application.

  1. Complete the Sustainability Grant Request Application. Be sure to have your Dean or Director sign off on the form.
  2. 2023 Deadline: Friday, Oct. 14, 2022, at 5 p.m.
  3. Notification of 2021-22 awards will be made by Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022.

Eligibility

Applications may be submitted by TMCC individuals and teams of faculty, classified employees, and administrators.

Preferred Projects

Preference will be given to projects that encourage sustainability efforts at all TMCC locations. Projects that involve learning communities/teams of faculty and teams of staff that work together to develop a solution are encouraged. Measurable outcomes and likelihood of success are important factors to consider when preparing an application. 

Funding Parameters

Grant awards range from up to $500 for individuals to up to $1,000 for teams. 

Reporting/Fund Distribution

A final performance report must be submitted to the Foundation by June 1, 2023. Any funds not disbursed by the deadline will be returned to the Sustainability Grant Fund. If grant awardees fail to submit a report, they will not be eligible for future funding.

Areas Not Funded

Board policy prohibits funding for faculty compensation, political/lobbying activities, travel and religious-related activities.