6 Sep 2011
If you have an idea that could help improve the local environment in Liverpool then now is the time to speak up about it.
The Liverpool City Council is offering “green grants” for groups in the local community who have an idea that could help address one of Liverpool’s environmental issues.
It could be an idea to reduce waste, improve local biodiversity, save energy or educate the community about sustainable practices, just as a few examples.
The Liverpool City Council is offering Green Grants of up to $3,000 per project and funding is open to all schools, community groups, not-for-profit, community services, welfare or charitable organisations providing programs or services to the residents of Liverpool.
If you think you have a green project that deserves funding then you can make a submission to the Liverpool City Council until September 29.