The Constitution Pipeline Company is committed to being a good neighbor by putting safety, environmental stewardship and community support at the heart of its operations. To help achieve this objective, Constitution Pipeline is establishing a fund to benefit local communities within the counties traversed by the pipeline project. The mission of the Constitution Pipeline Community Grant Program is to identify and help fund noteworthy projects that directly benefit the surrounding communities.
Each eligible organization may request up to $25,000 per funding cycle. Grants will be awarded based on community need and can be used to provide environmental benefit or economic development, or to support emergency services, youth and senior programs, or education programs. An Advisory Committee consisting of community leaders and company representatives will determine which projects receive funding. This committee will include at least two representatives from each county traversed by the pipeline.
Projects funded by the Constitution Pipeline Community Grant Program should provide community benefits, such as:
- Emergency/first responder support
- Youth or senior services
- Education programs
- Economic development
- Enhancement of open spaces and park land for recreational enjoyment
- Assistance in the enrichment of wildlife habitat
- Promotion of environmental education
- Purchases of property for preservation of wetlands and wildlife habitat
- Purchases of property to access public lands, water resources, scenic and wildlife views, and for enhancement or development of active recreational areas
PAST GRANT PROGRAM RECIPIENTS
- Applications are only accepted online.
- Applications must be received by April 1 and October 1
- Grants will be awarded at the completion of the review process.
- Applications must be for projects within counties in close proximity to the Constitution Pipeline. Priority will be given to projects within towns traversed by the pipeline route.
- Project must be started within 12 months of receiving funding.
- Grant recipients will be selected based on community benefits.
- Projects with a matching element will be given priority.
- Projects must have a proven capability of completion/success.
- Grants cannot be awarded to labor, fraternal, or political causes; additionally, grants cannot be awarded to churches or religious organizations that require service recipients to participate in religious activities and/or receive religious instruction or paraphernalia in order to receive service.
- Each applicant may request up to $25,000 per funding cycle.
- Grants will be awarded by Constitution and the Advisory Council.
View the grant application (PDF file)
PDF file is intended for informational purposes only. Please submit your application using the online form below: