Club & Greek Funding
For Climate Action
Apply for funding to support your club, sorority, fraternity, or student organization's climate action & human rights initiatives.
Qualified organizations include: CU student clubs, Greek organizations, and other official CU student-run groups
Apply for grants up to $2,000 per club, Greek, or organization for on-campus or local action-based initiatives
Programs that have an emphasis on human rights will be given priority in lead up to the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit in December
Events, activities, and programs with a focus on climate change related issues and/or human rights
After your event you are required to provide photos/video of students engaging in climate action at event, will use right given to Mission Zero. As part of the grant, Mission Zero will promote your work on the Mission Zero website and social media channels. Please provide photos and other assets of students working on climate action. Tag @joinmissionzero on social posts from your event.
You are required to share all collateral created and give full use rights to Mission Zero. For non-event programs, please provide Mission Zero with content from your program. We will publish on Mission Zero website and social channels.
Use of Funds
See full list here.
Use of Funds
What can be funded:
- On-campus & local events
- On-campus & local volunteer projects
- Media production and distribution for climate action/justice
- On-campus & local educational/informative sessions or speaker series
- On-campus & local speakers/guest appearances (key note or other)
- Food & NA drinks for events/programs types listed above
- Venue rentals for events/programs types listed above
- Equipment rentals for events/programs types listed above
What cannot be funded:
- Conference attendance/fees
- Non-climate related events and programs
- Out-of-state events/programs/projects
2021/22 Climate Action Highlights