Applications Now Open for 2025-26 Drawdown Georgia Climate Solutions & Equity Grants

These grants aim to advance climate solutions while promoting equity in Georgia. Up to five applicants will receive two-year grants of up to $100,000 per year to accomplish these goals in 2025-26. 

Successful proposals will focus on efforts to advance or expand access to at least one of these solutions in under-invested BIPOC communities across Georgia:

  • Alternative Transportation
  • Climate-Smart Agriculture 
  • Composting 
  • Energy Efficiency Improvements 
  • Food Waste Reduction
  • Large-Scale Solar
  • Plant-Based Diets
  • Rooftop Solar
  • Tree Planting
  • Wetlands Protection

This grant is proudly funded by four family foundations: The Wilbur and Hilda Glenn Family Foundation, The Ray C. Anderson Foundation, The Ghanta Family Foundation, and The Reilly Family Foundation. 

Why climate solutions and equity? Drawdown Georgia describes disparities between communities, in terms of climate change, as the leading force behind the climate justice movement. For that reason, we are called to find solutions for climate and equity together. 

Interested in applying? Visit Drawdown Georgia’s grant page to learn more about the Climate Solutions and Equity grants. Applicants should submit a Letter of Introduction by July 26th to be eligible.