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  • Maki Foundation
    of interest includes New Mexico Colorado Utah Idaho Wyoming and Montana The foundation supports organizations working to improve public lands policy protect biological diversity and defend wildlands The foundation looks for organizations and projects where modest support can make a significant contribution The majority of successful applicants for Maki grants are small local and regional grassroots organizations working to protect public lands and rivers from threats such as mineral development unconstrained off road vehicle use and poorly planned water projects Grants usually range from 1 000 to 10 000 The Foundation does not consider requests for acquisition or construction of community recreation facilities buildings municipal parks reservoirs and similar projects Limited resources preclude consideration of funding for wildlife rehabilitation centers zoos recycling programs tree planting projects toxic waste cleanup film productions and fellowships Important If you have not previously received a grant from the Maki Foundation before submitting an application please call Mindi VanMoorsel at 970 274 1340 to discuss your organization and your proposal Alternatively you may submit a one page letter of inquiry to makifoundation gmail com Previous grantees may submit an application directly without a preliminary phone call or letter of inquiry Click here for guidelines Click

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  • Maki Foundation
    Foundation 210B South Monarch Street Aspen CO 81611 970 274 1340 Office hours Monday Friday 9 am to 5 pm makifoundation gmail com If you have received a grant in the past you may apply without a preliminary phone call

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  • Maki Foundation
    Protection Advocates for the West The Sagebrush Sea Project Backcountry Hunters Anglers Developing Sportsmen Support for Conservation Bold Visions Conservation Trails of the Ancients National Conservation Area Cottonwood Environmental Law Center Protecting Montana s Bighorn Sheep Friends of the Clearwater Protecting the Quiet in the Clearwater Basin Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness General Support Friends of the Wild Swan Protecting the Crown of the Continent Great Burn Study Group Protecting Wilderness Support in Idaho High Country Conservation Advocates Protect the Best Defend the Rest New Mexico Wilderness Alliance Wilderness Protection in New Mexico Quiet Use Coalition Preserve and Create Quiet Use Areas and Habitat Rock the Earth Protecting Colorado s Roan Plateau from Destructive Drilling Rocky Mountain Recreation Initiative Protecting Colorado Wildlands from High Impact Recreation Sawtooth Society Boulder White Clouds Wilderness Bill Swan View Coalition Failing Roads on the Flathead National Forest Thompson Divide Coalition Campaign to Save Colorado s Thompson Divide Wild Connections Wildlands Protection in Central Colorado Wilderness Watch Northern Rockies Wilderness Defense Program Wilderness Workshop Oil Gas Defense Program WildWest Institute Public Lands Project Winter Wildlands Alliance Protect Winter Ecosystems Through New Over Snow Vehicle Rule Wyoming Outdoor Council Protecting Wyoming s Lands Wildlife Air and Water Wyoming Wilderness Association Bridger Teton National Forest Wildlands Campaign Environmental Advocacy Citizens for a Healthy Community Protect the North Fork Campaign Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund Project on Shale Gas Drilling and Fracking Conservation Colorado Education Fund Conservation Fellowship Environment New Mexico Research Policy Center Don t Frack Chaco Canyon Montana Environmental Information Center 2015 Environmental Advocacy Northern Plains Resource Council Doing it Right Confronting Extreme Energy Development Park County Environmental Council Opposing Emigrant Peak Mine Powder River Basin Resource Council Mitigating Impacts of Oil and Gas Development in Wyoming San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council San Luis Valley Public

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  • Maki Foundation
    your project or send a brief letter of inquiry to makifoundation gmail com or the mailing address Maki Foundation 210B South Monarch Street Aspen CO 81611 If you have received a grant in the past you may apply without a preliminary phone call or letter of inquiry Application Deadline The Board of Directors meets once a year in mid summer To be considered in the current year proposals must be received by May 1 Awards will be announced by September 15 Application Forms Proposals must be accompanied by 1 seven copies of the application form and 2 seven copies of the project summary form Full Proposal In addition to the application forms please send two copies of your full proposal including budget information list of board of directors and other information as specified below Proposal Content The proposal should include the following information in as clear and concise a form as possible we encourage you to limit the proposal to 5 pages or less and to use both front and back of your paper 1 A description of the applicant organization including the organization s name the number of years it has been in operation and its mission 2 A brief explanation of the project or program for which funds are sought Please provide information about the following purpose for which the grant will be used the project s goals and objectives including specific results to be achieved plans for evaluating the project project timetable background of project director and staff 3 The organization s projected annual budget including a detailed project budget Please note that if your annual budget is over 1 million you are unlikely to receive funding from Maki Foundation List all other sources of support for the project and the amounts provided by each Please specify

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  • Maki Foundation
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