GO Grants
Opens Nov 1 2022 12:59 AM (PDT)
Deadline Feb 1 2023 11:59 PM (PST)
Description

Get Outdoors or GO Grants provide field study grants for K-12 classes to help get students outdoors learning about B.C.'s biodiversity of fish, wildlife, and their habitats. GO Grants cover transportation, outdoor field study equipment and or program or leader fees to support student learning and connecting outdoors in nature.

Grant eligibility:

GO Grants are available to individual K-12 classes in B.C. for requests up to $600.

Criteria for GO Grants must be:

  • conducted outdoors in a nature setting;
  • focused on learning about BC’s biodiversity of fish, wildlife, and their habitats;
  • support curricular big ideas or competencies;
  • involve hands-on or experiential activities for students;
  • planned with before and after learning extensions; and
  • conducted with care and consideration for the environment.

Eligible items covered:

  • transportation (bus, boat, mileage etc.) although we encourage nearby locations to reduce our carbon footprint.
  • field study equipment for students to use outdoors (e.g. dip nets, pH meter, magnifiers, field guides etc.). 
  • field study leaders, honorariums for community volunteers or elders, middle and secondary school teacher on call costs, and or program fees.

For more information please read the GO Grants Overview or visit: https://hctf.ca/education-go-grants/

Deadlines: September 1st and February 1st

GO Grants


Get Outdoors or GO Grants provide field study grants for K-12 classes to help get students outdoors learning about B.C.'s biodiversity of fish, wildlife, and their habitats. GO Grants cover transportation, outdoor field study equipment and or program or leader fees to support student learning and connecting outdoors in nature.

Grant eligibility:

GO Grants are available to individual K-12 classes in B.C. for requests up to $600.

Criteria for GO Grants must be:

  • conducted outdoors in a nature setting;
  • focused on learning about BC’s biodiversity of fish, wildlife, and their habitats;
  • support curricular big ideas or competencies;
  • involve hands-on or experiential activities for students;
  • planned with before and after learning extensions; and
  • conducted with care and consideration for the environment.

Eligible items covered:

  • transportation (bus, boat, mileage etc.) although we encourage nearby locations to reduce our carbon footprint.
  • field study equipment for students to use outdoors (e.g. dip nets, pH meter, magnifiers, field guides etc.). 
  • field study leaders, honorariums for community volunteers or elders, middle and secondary school teacher on call costs, and or program fees.

For more information please read the GO Grants Overview or visit: https://hctf.ca/education-go-grants/

Deadlines: September 1st and February 1st

Opens
Nov 1 2022 12:59 AM (PDT)
Deadline
Feb 1 2023 11:59 PM (PST)

Categories
HCTF Education