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Keepers of the Earth Fund is closed and we are no longer accepting grant applications.

We are not accepting grant applications at this time. We will work through our grants pipeline, and give appropriate due diligence to applications we have in-house as of June 30, 2016.

We appreciate any inquiries, but cannot consider new grant requests.

 

 

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