The CBC provides grants to support research, education and conservation of birds of the Carolinas and their habitats.
Grant applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. The CBC Grants Committee meets quarterly to review applications.
An official representative of the conservation organization should send an application which includes:
Details of the purpose of the grant request.
Project plans (with dates) as appropriate.
The name of the payee and the address to which a check should be mailed. Checks are made out to an institution or a department, not to an individual.
Awardees must file a final report including an accounting of expenditures and a summary of the completed project no later than 30 days following its completion. Any unused funds must be returned to CBC.
Important: Grants are awarded for specific purposes. Should the recipient of a grant wish to allocate any part of the grant to a purpose other than that defined in the original application, prior permission must be obtained from the CBC Grants Committee. In the event that such permission is denied the grant monies concerned must be returned to the CBC.