Title(~11/01) Cape Cod Bird Club — Small Grants for Well-Being and Protection of Birds2021-09-23 05:16
AttachmentCape-Cod-Bird-Club-Conservation-Fund-Guidelines-2021.pdf (660.6KB)

Cape Cod Bird Club(CCBC) is now offering grants for projects that concerns well-being and protection of birds.

The application can be sent from anywhere in the world and project can be either new or need of additional fund.

Projects that encourage community involvement will highly considered.

Maximum amount: $1000

Deadline: 1st of November

Further information about the fund can be found in CCBC website

Please check the application guideline in attached file and submit your proposal by email to john.goodchild@worcester.edu.

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