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Iroquois’ Community Grant Program

We believe that delivering clean natural gas is part of a bigger picture. Since 1991, Iroquois has partnered with our pipeline host communities by providing unique funding programs, which empowers them to take steps to preserve their environmental heritage and increase passive recreational opportunities.

Our first program, the Land Preservation and Enhancement Program (LPEP), provided funding for more than 200 projects including the preservation of more than 12,000 acres of open space, and the creation of 22 new parks. This one-time program's success led to a 10-year successor program, the Land Enhancement and Acquisition Fund (LEAF), launched in 1995. At its conclusion in 2006, LEAF had provided assistance in completing an additional 100 projects within our communities.

Continuing our commitment to being a good corporate neighbor, Iroquois established a Community Grant Program in 2007 that provides lasting benefits to communities where Iroquois’ facilities are located. While remaining focused on environmental and passive recreation initiatives, funding areas have been expanded to include historic preservation and targeted arts & culture.

If your organization is developing a community or environmental initiative designed to provide long-term, lasting benefits, we invite you to contact us for possible funding under Iroquois’ Community Grant Program.  This competitive-based program, with grants ranging from $2,500 to $10,000, is reserved exclusively for communities where Iroquois facilities are located.  Priority is given to those proposals that meet established criteria and rank high with the program’s intent.

Who May Apply

  • Local, state and county governments of pipeline host communities
  • Tax-exempt, not-for-profit environmental organizations and land trusts
  • Private tax-exempt organizations under IRS Section 501(c)(3)

Only those projects being proposed in a community in which Iroquois facilities are located will be considered for funding.

Focus Areas
  • Primary Focus Areas: Environmental Initiatives (Preservation, Enhancement,
    Education) and Passive Recreation
  • Secondary Focus Areas: Historic Preservation, Civic & Community,
    Targeted Arts & Culture
Grant Application Deadlines Cycle One Cycle Two
Full Grant Application Deadline May 1 November 1
Funding Decisions Made June 15 December 15

If dates fall on a weekend or holiday, proposals will be accepted on the following workday.

Hard copy proposals must be received by Iroquois on or before the deadline date.  
Email submissions must be received the day prior to deadline to allow for confirmation of receipt.

Guidelines & Criteria
For further information on eligibility or to review the criteria click on
Community Grant Program Guidelines & Criteria

 

If you have any additional questions regarding the grant program, please contact us:


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