Building solutions through grant funding.
Innovation toward sustainable and equitable outcomes often looks different in the Southeast than in other parts of the country. All too often the greatest challenges are not determining what communities should do to be more sustainable, but navigating the uncharted path for how to implement strategies in a way that aligns with local values.
The purpose of the Southeast Sustainable Communities Fund (SSCF) is to accelerate the adoption of sustainable best practices in Southeast communities by funding projects that implement local sustainability solutions, while leveraging the SSDN network to learn from grantee experiences and success stories.
To follow the sucess of these grantees, read more on our Equity in Practice page.
The intent of SSCF is to support sustainable and equitable communities
working in the following six areas:
- Mitigating and/or adapting to climate change through sustainable energy and/or water initiatives
- Fostering equity and inclusiveness
- Leveraging community partnerships
- Strengthening local government commitment
- Demonstrating scalable solutions
- Demonstrating innovation