USA --(Ammoland.com)- Do you have a great idea for how to connect young people with the outdoors and increase outdoor participation?
If so, Outdoor Nation and The North Face want to hear about it!
The North Face has announced the opening of the second cycle of the 2012 Explore Fund grant-giving program, which will provide $125,000 in micro-grants to support non-profit organizations that are getting youth outdoors.
During this cycle of The North Face Explore Fund, grants of up to $2,500 will be awarded to non-profit organizations with activities geared toward fall and winter activities based on three different focus areas: access to front and back country recreation, education for personal and environmental health, and connection to nature that will empower the future leaders of tomorrow.
Applications for The North Face Explore Fund 2012 Fall/2013 Winter cycle are now being accepted online through October 8, 2012. The most promising projects will be announced on November 7, 2012.
For more information and to apply, please visit the Explore Fund website.
DEADLINE: October 8, 2012.