Sustainable Jersey identifies resources to help municipalities develop a comprehensive sustainable community program. This includes financial resources in the form of grants and incentives, and technical support in the form of trainings, access to support organizations, and guidance material.
Sustainable Jersey registered towns get special priority access and notification of incentives and grants, and are eligible for the Sustainable Jersey Small Grants program.
The New Jersey Department of Health (NJ DOH) through its Maternal and Child Health Services Title V Block Grant is providing $120,000 for a cycle of the Sustainable Jersey Small Grants Program to fund health and wellness actions in schools. This cycle will fund thirty $4,000 awards to implement specific health and wellness actions in middle and high schools (including K-8 schools). For more information, click HERE.
Application Deadline: Thursday, June 29 at 11:59pm
Sustainable Jersey provides clear “how to” guidance and New Jersey specific tools and resources for developing a comprehensive sustainable community program.