This grant program will fund projects that build community resilience and capacity to withstand climate-related hazards through collaborative, community-driven approaches.
Eligible applicants will be governmental organizations, educational institutions, or certified 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations and must include a local or tribal government within Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E’s) service area as a partner. Applicants must be prepared to provide documentation to demonstrate they meet the Foundation’s criteria for charitable giving.
You can apply for a Better Together Resilient Communities and a PG&E Resilience Hubs grant in the same grant cycle/year. Applicants must apply to each grant separately. Please note that the success of your proposed PG&E Resilience Hubs project should not be reliant on receiving a Better Together Resilient Communities grant, and vice versa.