Our Point of View
The Foundation considers air quality an issue of singular importance since it affects everyone. Given that governments, through laws and regulations, significantly determine the amount and type of progress that is made to address air quality, we engage both in lobbying and grantmaking.
The Board of Directors has determined that, for the foreseeable future, grants will be limited to efforts that reduce air pollution in the San Joaquin Valley. Additionally, grassroots organizations located or with a presence in the San Joaquin Valley will be given funding priority over larger institutions.
If your organization, program or project does not meet our guidelines and/or you have not been invited to apply for support, please see our "Other Funding Sources" page.
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Central Valley residents advocating for clean air legislation.