Climate Change Solutions Fund

Letters of Intent must be received no later than December 22, 2014....


The Rauschenberg Foundation has announced the creation of the Climate Change Solutions Fund to support cross-disciplinary responses to global warming. The purpose of fund is to provide resources for organizations working to either mitigate the causes of climate change or adapt to the new physical and social environments it generates. More specifically, the foundation is interested in mitigation and adaptation projects that combine climate-related work with civic engagement and culture. Nonprofit organizations considered tax-exempt under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code working in the areas of environmental science, policy, advocacy, justice, or other climate-related fields can seek support for projects that in some way employ civic engagement, culture, and creativity to strengthen the effectiveness of their campaigns and strategies. Letters of Intent must be received no later than December 22, 2014. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to support complete applications, which will be due on March 5, 2015. More information is available at

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