We support non-profit organizations dedicated to addressing environmental issues, resource protection and social concerns. While we welcome unsolicited submissions, please keep in mind that we rely mostly on trusted advisors to identify organizations that align with our priorities and budget limitations.
Grant applications are considered and awarded throughout the year.
Apply for Grant
If you think that your organization’s project is in tune with our strategic goals, please submit a grant application.
Elizabeth Wright Ingraham Grant
This grant is made in celebration of the life and work of Elizabeth Wright Ingraham, architect and educator, who thrived on spirited debate, systems thinking and a philosophy of integrative studies. The purpose of this grant is to advance stimulating ideas and programs that model effective methods and inquiries into educational and environmental design initiatives for the future.
Richard T. Parker Land and Conservation Grant
This grant celebrates the life and advocacy of Richard T. Parker in the pursuit of advanced studies in land conservation, sustainable agriculture, ecological management and environmental law. The purpose of this grant is to advance new approaches to enhancing environmental quality while conserving natural resources and sustaining economic development.
Amount: $5,000 each
Awarded: Throughout the year
These grants are designed to support a wide variety of areas related to the overall mission of the Wright Ingraham Institute. For example, this might include a water project in Africa, a nonprofit organization dedicated to renewable energy, or a Ph.D. student seeking funding for a research program conducting data analysis on land usage.
Special Event Funding
We occasionally fund special events that are in line with our institute’s primary mission and goals. To learn more about special event funding, please contact the Wright-Ingraham Institute directly.
In addition to submitting a project brief, you should also submit a letter verifying the 501(c)(3) non-profit status of your organization. Grant recipients must commit to modest reporting requirements and, within one year of receipt of the funds, documentation of the work our support has contributed to must be provided.