2017 Grants Opportunity Webinar

Hosted January 26, 2017, this webinar is for nonprofit organizations interested in applying for the 2017 Opening the Outdoors Grants Program. Application closes Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:00pm (noon). The grant application is available for nonprofit partners to protect and connect outdoor spaces and improve outdoor access, especially for our most park-poor and underserved communities.
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However, U.S. grantmakers significantly underinvest in leadership development. An analysis of grants from 2003-2012 showed that leadership development funding comprised just 0.9 percent of total dollars granted and 0.8 percent of total grants. By comparison, for-profit businesses routinely invest $1


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However, U.S. grantmakers significantly underinvest in leadership development. An analysis of grants from 2003-2012 showed that leadership development funding comprised just 0.9 percent of total dollars granted and 0.8 percent of total grants. By comparison, for-profit businesses routinely invest $1

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