EORA Announces Grant Program Continued for 2014


EORA is very excited to announce the continuation of the Outdoor Opportunity Grant Program for 2014.

The Outdoor Opportunity Grant Program was launched in 2013 in an effort to support local communities in each of the three (3) eastern regions EORA currently serves.

2013 recipients were:

Mid-Atlantic Region

Mohonk Preservewww.mohonkpreserve.org
Saranac Lake Rotary Foundation- Dewey Mountain Friendswww.saranaclakerotary.org

New England Region:

Kismet Rockwww.kismetrockfoundation.org

Belay Inc www.on-belay.org

Southeast Region:

Asheville Youth Cycling www.ashevilleyouthcycling.com

EarthShare out of North Carolina/ Campout Carolinawww.campoutcarolina.org

EORA is once again seeking non-profits with youth oriented outdoor programs that may need some financial assistance for the programs that they provide and for the youth they serve.

Each region (Mid-Atlantic, New England and the Southeast) will have access to grant funding of up to $1,500.00 with a maximum of $500.00 per grant. Each applicant must be a charitable non-profit organization with IRS 501(c)(3) status. Past recipients are not eligible for repeat funding, this is a onetime offer.

 This program began in a small way to reflect the philosophy of its membership by encouraging the engagement of our youth with the great outdoors through educational activities.

 To apply for the 2014 Grant, please visit the bottom of our home page on the website www.EORA.org or contact the EORA offices at 828-252-7956. The 2014 application deadline is October 1, 2013. All accepted applications will be notified by December 31, 2013.



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