Go Wild School Grants
Hundreds of thousands of students and educators are making a difference for wildlife and nature.
Apply for a $1,500 grant by October 23, 2023, to bring your project to life!
From coast to coast to coast, Canada is bursting with natural riches, diverse species and varied ecosystems that sustain us and provide benefits essential for a healthy life. Schools play an important role in connecting students with nature and empowering them to make a difference for wildlife in their communities through educational, hands-on projects.
Since 2015, Canadian primary schools have been going wild with WWF-Canada, leading projects that help build a future where people and nature thrive. From now until October 23, 2023, we are inviting students and educators to share their best ideas that will protect or restore nature. Submit your proposal for a chance to receive a $1,500 grant to kick-start your project!
Go Wild Grants are designed to help students and educators protect and restore habitat on school grounds, for the benefit of wildlife and people. Previous grantees have created native pollinator gardens and seed orchards, restored creeks and forests, monitored local wildlife, conducted biodiversity inventories, raised awareness about conservation issues, and more!
Grants of $1,500 are available to support practical, hands-on projects that will be completed during the 2023-2024 academic year.
We will prioritize ideas that help school communities to:
Apply by Monday, October 23, 2023, to bring your idea to life!
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