Grant Specialties

We have experience writing all kinds of grants; our specialty areas are education, the environment, and the humanities. 

We believe in the importance of education to help create an informed citizenry and enable all students to realize a bright future. Our grant experience includes all levels of education from K-12 through higher education. Subject areas include diversity, access, and equity in education; intercultural student experiences; increasing access to post-secondary education for underserved students in urban high schools; literacy enrichment for underserved students, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education, environmental education, and urban teacher education.

As part of the sustainability solution, we have a passion for and commitment to projects that will mitigate climate change, protect public health, and provide communities with solutions to the devastating effects of the environmental crisis. Environmental grant experience includes climate change; environmental policy; environmental justice/climate equity; air quality; public health; clean transportation (near-zero and zero emissions freight and vehicles); clean air technologies; clean energy technologies; environmental education – training the next generation of environmental stewards; STEM education; air quality monitoring for disadvantaged and low income students in Southern California; water quality; farmland protection; sustainable forestry; aquatic invasive species; land conservation; renewable energy; natural resource protection, and energy efficiency R&D – Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR).

The humanities play an important role in their ability to enrich, enlighten, educate, and inspire us. Subject areas include historic and cultural preservation, archaeological projects, university library archives, theater, and digital humanities. Experience with National Endowment for the Humanities grants.