Environmental improvement grants

Suburbs

Being environmentally responsible takes commitment, creativity and, at times, money.

Our community environmental improvement grant (CEIG) program helps to offset the costs many local groups incur in the name of building a cleaner, more environmentally sustainable city.

The goals of our program include:

  • Increasing awareness among residents of how they view and treat our local air, water and land resources, and encouraging them to help improve the quality of those resources;
  • Encouraging environmental stewardship;
  • Promoting and initiating community-based environmental projects; and
  • Supporting environmental research.

2019 CEIG recipients

Four groups have received funds totalling $5,620 for environmental projects through the City of Kitchener’s Community Environmental Improvement Grant (CEIG) program.

The recipients of the 2019 Community Environmental Improvement Grant (CEIG) program are:

  • Kitchener Master Gardeners 
  • Sunshine Montessori School
  • Transition Kitchener-Waterloo 
  • Divest Waterloo
The projects consist of Neighbourhood Climate Change Adaptation/Mitigation Workshops, Room Rentals, Terra-Cycle Boxes and a Resiliency and Regeneration Climate Conversations for Faith Communities Event.  

Applying for a grant

The next call for applications will be January 2020.

Previous CEIG recipients

Information on previous grant recipients can be viewed in our Story Maps:

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