We’ve joined Bloomberg Philanthropies’ new Youth Climate Action Fund, which will provide technical assistance and funding for 100 mayors to activate young people ages 15 to 24 around the world to design, produce and govern urgent climate solutions in their cities.

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On this page:

  1. About the fund
  2. Types of projects supported
  3. Applications

About the fund

Through Bloomberg Philanthropies’ new Youth Climate Action Fund, we’ll receive $50,000 USD to distribute as microgrants ($1,000 to $5,000) to fund youth-led climate initiatives. We’ll administer this grant in partnership with ClimateActionWR and Greenhouse.

From tree-planting or public education campaigns to recycling or waste reduction initiatives to climate change mitigation planning or preparedness programs, efforts funded by the new Youth Climate Action Fund will advance community goals like meeting decarbonization commitments or reducing consumption-based emissions.

Types of projects supported

Successful projects should be aligned with our Community Climate Action Plan, TransformWR. Find ideas below.

Youth-led awareness, education, research, and development initiatives, including:

  • youth-led climate education programs
  • youth climate hackathons
  • youth-developed climate surveys and research
  • youth-informed clubs or curriculum
  • youth-designed public art and awareness campaigns

Youth-driven climate mitigation and adaptation projects, including:

  • youth-led community gardening
  • tree planting
  • Reforestation
  • urban farming campaigns
  • youth-managed recycling and waste reduction programs
  • youth-produced climate resilience workshops
  • disaster preparedness programs

Co-governed youth climate action plans, including:

  • partnerships between city leaders and youth groups to inform climate-related policy ideas decisions
  • actions or the formation of youth climate ambassadors


If you’re interested in learning more when you can apply for funding, fill out our interest form.

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