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Truckee River Fund request for proposal is now open. Deadline for proposals is February 9, 2017, at noon via email to Tracy Turner

The Community Foundation of Western Nevada is accepting proposals for grants from the Truckee River Fund. Proposals will be considered by the Truckee River Fund Advisory Committee and grant recommendations must be approved both by the TMWA Board and the Board of Trustees of the Community Foundation. The fund advisors may recommend up to a total of $900,000 in grant awards but may choose to award less than the amount available.

The mission of the Truckee River Fund is to protect and enhance water quality or water resources of the Truckee River or its watershed. To be considered for funding, project proposals must demonstrate measurable impact in accordance with this mission. projects See projects funded by the Truckee River Fund,

Projects must begin within 180 days of award. Applicants must be registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit agencies, nonprofit educational institutions, or governmental entities. Grants are paid on a reimbursable basis for actual expenditures.

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NV Dream Tags Fund

SPRING 2017 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS OPEN UNTIL FEBRUARY 7

The Spring 2017 Dream Tags request for proposal is attached. Deadline for submitting proposals is noon on February 7—via email to Tracy Turner

Download Spring 2017 Proposal

Learn about the work being supported by grants from the Nevada Dream Tags fund.

The Dream Tags Charitable Fund provides funding to engage Nevadans in wildlife conservation by focusing donated funds to restore resilience in at-risk Nevada habitats through strategic collaborative projects for a sustained impact that supports the preservation, protection, management, or restoration of wildlife and its habitat. To be considered for funding, project proposals must demonstrate measurable impact in accordance with this purpose.

Proposals submitted by February 7, 2017, at noon will be reviewed by the Advisory Board on Dream Tags on February 27.