The Sustany® Foundation facilitates the exchange of ideas and resources to individuals and organizations committed to economic, environmental, and social responsibility. As a volunteer-driven nonprofit, Sustany® is proud to maximize its impact by supporting mini-grants to fund innovative projects which promote sustainability in Tampa Bay.
Sustany® mini grants supported initiatives at Nature’s Academy, Davis Islands Dog Park, Housing First Steps Forward, USF InterDisciplinary Exchange in Action (IDEA) conference, Edible Peace Patch Project, HCC Beyond Sustainability conference, Hope Grower’s project turning recycle bins into grow bins, the Straz Center’s Art of Ecology Series, and a garden collaboration between The Well and the Tampa Eden Project.
Mini-grant applicants will prepare a simple plan stating the initiative, how it fits into the mission of Sustany®, and outlining a budget and timeline for execution.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis by The Sustany® Foundation Board of Directors. Applications should be submitted at least two months in advance of the project or event.