FY11 Grants Awarded  

Your Money at Work (7/1/10 thru 6/30/11)

Alaska Clean Energy Campaign

  • Alaska Backcountry Hunters and Anglers $40,000
    Joseph, OR
    Sportsmen’s Outreach on Coal
  • Alaska Center for the Environment $20,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Outreach and Organizing – Coal Issues
  • Alaska Community Action on Toxics $40,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Organizing Medical Professionals on Coal Development
  • Alaska Conservation Alliance $37,500
    Anchorage, AK
    Paid Media for Energy Efficiency
  • Alaska Public Interest Research Group $67,500
    Anchorage, AK
    Ratepayer Movement Implementation
  • Alaska Public Interest Research Group $25,000
    Anchorage, AK
    AEF Priorities Strategy Development
  • Castle Mountain Coalition $15,000
    Eagle River, AK
    Legal Analysis of Wishbone Hill Coal Project (Grant Increase)
  • Center for Science in Public Participation $20,000
    Bozeman, MT
    Technical Support for Coal
  • Chuitna Citizens Coalition $15,000
    Beluga, AK
    Grassroots Organizing on Coal
  • Cook Inletkeeper $5,000
    Homer, AK
    Digital Media Coordination for Alaskans for Energy Freedom
  • Cook Inletkeeper $62,500
    Homer, AK
    Alaska Coal Media
  • Cook Inletkeeper $260,000
    Homer, AK
    Chuitna Coal Campaign
  • Cook Inletkeeper $75,000
    Homer, AK
    Paid Media Implementation
  • Cook Inletkeeper $20,000
    Homer, AK
    Fish Camp Project
  • Cook Inletkeeper $8,000
    Homer, AK
    Technical Experts
  • Earthworks $25,000
    Washington, DC
    International Coal Markets Campaign
  • Friends of Mat-Su $89,000
    Palmer, AK
    Matanuska Coal Organizing and Coordination
  • Friends of Mat-Su $15,000
    Palmer, AK
    Technical Experts for Coal Issues
  • Friends of Mat-Su $75,000
    Palmer, AK
    Paid Media Implementation
  • Friends of Mat-Su $34,000
    Palmer, AK
    Summer Organizers
  • Friends of Mat-Su $20,000
    Palmer, AK
    Mat Valley Coalition Outreach
  • Northern Alaska Environmental Center $37,500
    Fairbanks, AK
    Organizing the Interior on Coal
  • Protect Our Winters $50,000
    Pacific Palisades, CA
    Coal Kills Snow
  • Renewable Energy Alaska Project $5,000
    Anchorage, AK
    2010 Business of Clean Energy in Alaska Conference
  • Renewable Energy Alaska Project $15,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Operating Support
  • Renewable Energy Alaska Project $5,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Incorporating the Proposed Chuitna Coal Mine into the Theme and Messaging of Salmonstock
  • Sierra Club Foundation $30,000
    San Francisco, CA
    Organizing on Coal in Alaska’s Arctic
  • Sierra Club Foundation $10,000
    San Francisco, CA
    Technical Experts
  • Trustees for Alaska $250,000
    Anchorage, AK
    Legal Support for Coal

Total Alaska Clean Energy Campaign Grants $1,371,000 (29 items)

Tongass Rainforest Conservation Fund

Total Tongass Rainforest Conservation Fund Grants $162,000 (5 items)

Conservation Achievement Awards Fund

Total Conservation Achievement Awards Fund Grants $4,000 (5 items)

Bristol Bay Conservation Fund

Total Bristol Bay Conservation Fund Grants $1,414,999.88 (12 items)

Community Capacity Fund

Total Community Capacity Fund Grants $79,712 (14 items)

Conservation Internship Grants

Total Conservation Internship Grants $83,903 (16 items)

Organizational Capacity Grants 2011-2013

Total Organizational Capacity Grants $240,000 (6 items)

Rapid Response Fund

Total Rapid Response Fund Grants $21,280 (4 items)

Donor Advised and Restricted Grantmaking Fund

Total Donor Advised and Restricted Grantmaking Fund Grants 83,570.30 (18 items)

Strategies for Alaska’s Future

Total Strategies for Alaska’s Future Grants $55,000 (4 items)

Watchable Wildlife Trust Fund

Total Watchable Wildlife Trust Fund Grants $4,300 (1 item)

Grand Total $3,519,765.18 (114 items)