Rapid Response  

Responding to Fast-breaking, Unforeseen Opportunities & Threats

Overview

Snowy Owl in Western Arctic ©Tim Leach

Snowy Owl in Western Arctic ©Tim Leach

Alaska Conservation Foundation’s Rapid Response grants provide support for direct conservation action to address unforeseen opportunities or threats of statewide significance, leading to more robust environmental policy and enduring conservation impact.

Rapid Response grants range from $2,500 to $10,000 for a project period of no more than six months. 

Letters of Inquiry are accepted on a rolling basis through ACF’s online application system.

Eligibility

Applicants for Rapid Response grants must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a non-profit organization engaged in Alaska conservation advocacy
  • Be based in Alaska, or have an Alaska-based program
  • If a current ACF grantee, be in good standing with required grant reports
  • Propose to address an unforeseen opportunity for action
  • Propose to address an issue of statewide concern with statewide impact

Apply

All applicants should carefully review the Rapid Response Grant Guidelines before starting the application process.

To apply, click here. For helpful hints for using ACF’s online application system, click here.

Note: ACF switched to a new online grants system in June 2016. Even if you are a current or past grantee, you will need to create a new profile. 

Questions

If you have questions regarding Rapid Response grants or about your eligibility, don’t hesitate to contact ACF staff at grants@alaskaconservation.org.