The Environmental Justice Government-to-Government (EJG2G) program provides funding at the state, local, territorial, and tribal level to support government activities that lead to measurable environmental or public health impacts in communities disproportionately burdened by environmental harms.
Steps to apply
Here are the five suggested steps to apply:
|Get Started – NOW!
> If you’re not registered, go to Step 2.
> If you are registered, go to Step 3.
|Register – by Thursday, March 9
Registering can take weeks (if not months). If you can’t register by March 9 or soon thereafter, we recommend you use this time to register for the next opportunity.
If you need additional help, send us an email.
|Review EPA Resources – by Friday, March 10
B: Double check the EJG2G eligibility.
D: Review the EJG2G slides.
|Find Partners & Envision – by Friday, March 17
Find and solidify your partners and collectively envision your proposal.
A: Fill out the EJG2G Partner Survey.
B: Reach out to these potential partners and/or others.
C: Schedule a time to speak with your partners (or EPN if you responded to our survey and are in an application cohort) and brainstorm about proposal ideas.
|Write, Review, and Submit – by Friday, April 7
Although the deadline is Friday, April 14, have your application completed early to give yourself time to troubleshoot if you have any difficulty submitting through Grants.gov.
A: Read through the EJG2G template and create a copy in Google Docs that all partners can access. This will be your draft application.
B: Use the EJG2G Punch Sheet to divvy up sections, track your work, and mark sections complete. Put all sections into your draft application.
C: Review your work (ideally more than once) using the EJG2G evaluation criteria to ensure that all requirements have been met in each section and that all possible points should be awarded.
D: Submit to Grants.gov, ideally by Friday, April 7, but no later than the deadline of Friday, April 14. This video can help.
E: Take …a nap!
Thank you to our partners
EPN would like to thank the Anthropocene Alliance (A2), CommunityAQ, and OpenGrants for their collaboration on this effort. In addition, you can find resources created by A2, including a sample EJCPS application, budget template, logic model template, and sample letters of commitment, here.