Direct Support Funds Available for Shale Gas Work

Our Direct Support Project continues to provide small amounts of funding to grassroots activists and organizations working toward social change on shale gas issues around the region.  Since the launch of the project in August, our committee has approved 15 applications for fundingРsee below for a short summary.

We still have funds available.  For more information and application instructions please click here or contact Stephanie Novak.

North Braddock Residents For Our Future:  Keep The View Grand in North Braddock: Community Education Initiative

Westmoreland Marcellus Citizens’ Group:¬†Public Information Events

Thomas Jefferson: Social Change And The Way We Live

Protect Our Parks: Citizen Ordinance for moratorium on fracking remaining 8 Allegheny County Parks.

People for a Healthy Environment, Inc.: Forum on Landfill Expansion Proposal

Environmental Justice Committee at the Thomas Merton Center:¬†Welcoming the “Great March for Climate Action” to Pittsburgh

Michael Bagdes-Canning: Global Frackdown Welcomes Great March for Climate Action

Lou Hancherick:  Global Frackdown Welcome Rally for Great March for Climate Action

Fracking Resistance of Lawrence County: Lawrence County PA Great #ClimateMarch Border Crossing Celebration #GlobalFrackdown

Climate March through the Marcellus Shale Region as part of the Great March for Climate Action: Great March for Climate Action

Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Water and Air (PACWA): Hazardous to Your Health

Concerned Citizens Against the Pipeline: Stop The PennEast Pipeline Outreach Project

Mars Parent Group (MPG): Viewing of the Triple Divide with Joshua Pribanic and Melissa Troutman

Friends of the Harmed: Shalefield Stories

Carol Cutler:¬†Education Initiative for Residents Impacted by APEX well’s in Penn Township and Murrysville

Shalefield Organizing Committee: Sullivan County Community Listening Project

Public Herald: Triple Divide РSecond Edition