Pollination Guelph Community Grant Program
Applications for 2021 are now closed
Check back in the fall for our 2022 call for proposals!
Are you concerned about pollinators and their habitat in Guelph and Wellington County?
Are you a community garden, school, faith community, health care facility, environmental group, academic/researcher, educator, neighbourhood group or other valued non-profit community member?
Want to make a difference for pollinators, the environment and the community?
At a time of accelerating climate change, pollinators and their habitat need our help more than ever! This year, Pollination Guelph is funding local initiatives in support of our Goals and Objectives. The 2021 Program will provide grants of up to $1000.
Focus areas for 2021
The three areas of focus for funding in 2021 are:
Planting, enhancing and/or maintaining pollinator habitat. E.g. gardens, naturalization projects
Educating others about pollinators and pollinator habitat through a special event, activity or signage. E.g. during “Pollinator Week”, June 21 – 27, 2021
Conducting research at our habitat sites. E.g. surveying pollinator and/or plant species, investigating pollinator-friendly plants for different conditions, evaluating insect and plant interactions.
To be eligible to apply, interested non-profit organizations and individuals must:
Be located within, or conduct the work within, Guelph or the surrounding Wellington County
Complete and submit the Application Form available for download here (Fillable MS Word document)
If funded, complete or substantially complete the project before the end of 2021
Agree to share your project results with us through images and a brief write-up
Application Deadline: March 31, 2021 (at midnight)
Successful applicants will be notified by April 26, 2021
Apply by the Deadline
Download the Application Form
Submit it to us by e-mail before the deadline
To learn more about the recipients of our
past PG Community Grants, download the 2020 Press Release
and 2021 Press Release.