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Bullitt Environmental Fellowship

The Bullitt Environmental Fellowship is a two-year, $50,000/year fellowship for graduate students interested in pursuing leadership positions within the environmental field.

Bullitt Foundation Vision

An essay by Denis Hayes. Cascadia, the Northwest corner of the United States and the Southwest corner of Canada, is emerging as ground zero for sustainable development.

Other Grant Opportunities

Notices of funding resources outside the Bullitt Foundation.

 

Year-end Report

The Bullitt Foundation requires each grantee to submit a final report at the completion of its 12-month grant year. If the organization needs additional time to complete its work under a grant, it should request an extension by contacting the Foundation's program officer listed on the Grant Agreement.

The Bullitt Foundation requires each grantee to submit a final report at the completion of its 12-month grant year. If the organization needs additional time to complete its work under a grant, it should request an extension by contacting the Foundation's program officer listed on the Grant Agreement.

To submit your final report, please log in to our new Online Grantee Portal.  If your final report is due and you have not yet received (or have forgotten) a user name and password for the grantee portal, please email our staff at grants@bullitt.org.

In your report, you will be asked to:

  1. Describe in one concise paragraph the most significant accomplishment that resulted from this grant. This paragraph is the most important part of the final report and will be read by the Foundation’s Board of Trustees. 
  2. Describe what lessons were learned. The Foundation is interested in lessons drawn from successes and failures alike. What strategies worked that might be replicated elsewhere? What approaches fell short of expectations, and why?
  3. Describe the overall health of the organization. 
  4. Review the budget information and funding plan from the application submitted to the Foundation, describe the organization's general financial status, and explain any major discrepancies from the information submitted in the application.
  5. For each of the "anticipated outcomes” you identified when applying for the grant, describe the most notable successes, failures, and unanticipated consequences you experienced.
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