Emerald Cities Collaborative, The Climate & Clean Energy Equity Fund, and Just Solutions hosted an informative webinar about the experience of applying to and receiving federal funding. As opportunities for federal funding for environmental justice efforts become more available, it is essential that community organizations understand the process and challenges of being a federal grantee. Hear directly from former federal grantees about their journeys in securing funding from the federal government. Our panelists provided invaluable insights into the intricacies of the grant application process, the challenges they faced along the way, and how they utilized the funding to advance climate and environmental justice. If you’re currently navigating the complexities of federal grant applications or are considering this avenue for your organization, this webinar is an invaluable opportunity to learn from experts who have successfully navigated this space.
Bob Dean – Chief Strategy and Program Officer at Center for Neighborhood Technology
Sissy Trinh – Executive Director of Southeast Asian Community Alliance
Franchelle C.H. Parker – Executive Director of Open Buffalo
Stacey Grant – Community Collaborator with Path Consulting