San Antonio: Sustainability Grants Available for local Organizations and Businesses

SAN ANTONIO (February 23, 2024) ~ The City of San Antonio is taking a proactive approach to combat climate change by launching the Climate Ready Community Action Fund. This grant program, which opened for applications on February 23, 2024, aims to empower local community organizations and businesses to implement projects that will create a more sustainable and resilient city.

With grants of up to $20,000 available, the SA Climate Ready Community Action Fund is inviting innovative proposals for projects within the city limits. This presents a unique opportunity for organizations and businesses to make a tangible impact on their communities and contribute to a greener future for all residents.

The fund is open to a wide range of sustainability efforts, including bike-share programs, tool lending libraries, community gardens, neighborhood composting, energy efficiency upgrades, installation of solar panels and battery storage, gas to electric lawn equipment replacements, and installation of rain gardens. Grant recipients can also take advantage of additional local and federal incentives and rebates to maximize the impact of their initiatives.

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A variety of entities are welcome to apply for the grant, including faith-based organizations, community organizations, neighborhood associations, non-profit organizations, and local businesses. The deadline for applications is April 30th, 2024.

To provide further assistance and guidance for potential applicants, the City will be hosting an information session on March 6th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Carver Library. Interested parties can register to attend at

For more information about the SA Climate Ready Community Action Fund and access to the application process, interested parties can visit the fund's website or contact The City encourages all eligible entities with innovative ideas for creating a more sustainable San Antonio to apply before the deadline.

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