Foundation / Corporation
Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
04/12/21 5:00 PM CT
Opportunity for Missouri and Kansas students in Grades 6-8 enrolled in schools in eligible counties to enter a contest to increase awareness about energy sustainability and efficiency. Winners will receive funding to improve science education programming and energy efficiency in their schools. This opportunity is open to middle school students attending an accredited public, parochial, or private school in the following counties: Platte, Cass, Clay, Ray, and Jackson in Missouri and Johnson, Wyandotte and, Leavenworth in Kansas.
Organized in 2002, the purpose of Heartland Utilities for Energy Efficiency (HUEE) is to promote energy efficiency through energy education, resources, and actions to help assure a secure energy future for residents of the greater Kansas City area. HUEE provides grants to schools through a public service announcement (PSA) video contest. The contest is an exciting opportunity to engage middle school students to be creative and learn more about energy efficiency and sustainability. The public service announcement (PSA) video contest was designed to create public awareness about energy wasting habits and how to correct those habits in the home and/or school.
The entry content must address one or more of the following:
GrantWatch ID#: 192855
A first, second, and third place grant will be awarded to schools from both Missouri and Kansas.
- First Place: (2) $3,000
- Second Place: (2) $2,000
- Third Place: (2) $1,000
The HUEE Board reserves the right to adjust the grant amounts listed based on number of grants from each state and quality of video at each level.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online: https://grants.growyourgiving.org/prog/129141/apply/
Mail CDs of PSA videos to:
Greater Kansas City Community Foundation: attention: Sarah Forgey
1055 Broadway Suite 130
Kansas City, MO 64105
Contact Person: Sarah Forgey, email@example.com or 816.627.3444
USA: Kansas: Johnson, Wyandotte, and Leavenworth counties; Missouri: Platte, Cass, Clay, Ray, and Jackson counties
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