5 Ways You Can Participate
Apply for a Grant
Once you have an idea, gather a team, and start researching the feasibility and logistics of your idea. Go to the Apply page for more information on the application process.
Join the SAF Committee
This is the student, staff and faculty committee that allocates funding for Sustainable Action Fund projects. The Committee has three student openings every year. Applications are currently open for serving on the Committee beginning in the fall. You can find the applications on the AS website.
Do you have a really big project idea that needs some time to be developed? Sign up for the Campus Sustainability Planning Studio (CSPS) course through Huxley. This class revolves around forming a research team to help solve sustainability issues at Western and beyond. If you don’t have a SAF grant proposal idea now, you’ll be bound to come up with one once in class.
Bring your friends and take this self-guided tour of the SAF projects on campus (it starts at the Rec Center and ends at the PAC). If you are interested in taking a tour with one of the SAF employees please contact email@example.com
Subscribe to the SAF Newsletter! See the link on the sidebar to see this month’s newsletter and subscribe to stay updated on current and ongoing projects.
Sustainability: protects local and global ecology, upholds social equity, creates economic vitality, and maintains human health.
Johnathan Riopelle, SAF Grant Program Coordinator
Spiro Pappas, SAF Projects Coordinator
Kate Rayner Fried, SAF Education Coordinator
Do you have a great idea for the Sustainable Action Fund but can’t make it to an Idea Lab? Send us (one of the above contacts) your idea, and we’ll share it with others!