February 8, 2022
March 1, 2022
Submittals for this grant are now closed. We encourage you to sign up to our Infiniti Equity Fund mail list to receive announcements on future grants. See the form below.
Infiniti Energy is a full-service solar power developer providing engineering, procurement, construction, and long-term financing to select clients and to other solar companies. The Infiniti Equity Fund (IEF) was established by Infiniti Energy LLC in 2021. IEF supports and empowers organizations and communities to address environmental justice, support workforce development, and tackle organizational obstacles to justly and equitably grow our nation’s renewable energy industry.
In its first round of grant funding, IEF seeks to award a single $10,000 grant to a non-profit organization working in New Jersey. IEF invites applications for innovative projects that seek to advance environmental justice through educational initiatives in schools, colleges, or within the community at large. IEF will award a grant in support of an inventive, practical, and replicable project that prepares the future workforce to become socially responsible leaders. Whether through piloting programs in schools, engaging with workforce development initiatives or working with organized labor, we anticipate that applications will address this opportunity through a diverse set of responses.
Respondents must be tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations. Respondents without such status may apply under an umbrella organization or fiscal sponsor, though the application must be accompanied by a letter of agreement detailing the project and the nature of the sponsoring organization’s support or involvement.
Responses are due February 8, 2022, and the award is anticipated by March 1st, 2022.
- A $10,000 grant will be awarded to support educational programs that focus on environmental justice and renewable workforce equity issues. We look forward to reviewing a diverse range of responses.
- Proposals should be submitted by 5PM eastern US time on February 8, 2022, and include information explaining the project, budget, and model for scalability.
- Proposals should not exceed five pages and be submitted in PDF format.
- Please include a brief description of the project, including goals, activities, and timelines.
- Please include the organization’s name, contact person & email address (phone optional), mailing address, year founded, and number of employees. Applications should include a statement of experience (whether organizational or through the collective experience of leadership) that clearly demonstrates its ability to manage grant funds and oversee and implement programs.
- If the program receiving support from this grant is also receiving financial support from another grant or foundation, please include that information in the application.
- The grant is intended to cover program design, implementation, staffing, and administrative overhead.
- Status reports analyzing the project’s efficacy must be submitted by June 30th 2022 and December 31, 2022.
Anticipated timeline: interviews with selected organizations will be held during the week of February 21st; the award will be announced on March 1st, 2021.