Grants

The Teens for Planet Earth Community Project Awards recognize teens around the world for outstanding environmental projects. T4PE teams whose projects are deemed to be of exceptional quality are awarded at three levels:

  • Recipients of the Bronze Award receive a certificate of merit for their achievements. 
  • Recipients of the Silver Award receive a certificate of distinction for their achievements,  an award of US$300 to further enhance their project or education, and are showcased on the T4PE Web site.
  • Recipients of the Gold Award receive a certificate of excellence for their achievements,  an award of US$500 to further enhance their project or education, and  are showcased on the T4PE Web site.

Additional awards will be given to International Teams. Please note that the awards are per project, not to each individual.

As part of your application, you will submit a report with details about your project, photos, reference letters, and more. Learn more about applying for the Teens for Planet Earth Community Project Awards

Click here for more information about applying for the Teens for Planet Earth Service Awards.

Applications for the Teens for Planet Earth Grants 2012 are due May 15. Winners will be announced by November 30, 2012. Please see Teens For Planet Earth Community Project Awards for more information.

 

For a list of other grant as well as award opportunities, please visit our Other Awards page.

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