The Ozark Society Foundation is accepting applications for its Youth Engagement Grant through October 22. Nonprofit organizations within OSF’s focus region that work with youth under age 18 in environmental and conservation efforts are encouraged to apply for up to $3000 in grant funding. Projects should actively engage youth in conservation efforts that have tangible outcomes. Hands-on learning, service learning, community projects, and advocacy is encouraged. Applicants must be affiliated with a 501c3 nonprofit or school located in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, or the Caddo, Bossier, Webster, and Claiborne parishes of Louisiana.
Grant awards will be announced in December. To apply for the grant, visit https://www.ozarksociety.net/foundation/foundation-youth-grants/.Established in 1975, the Ozark Society Foundation supports and promotes conservation, education and recreation activity in the Ozark-Ouachita region and surrounding lowlands. For more information on the Youth Engagement Grant or on the work of the Ozark Society Foundation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.