The Selangor State Government is making available funds for environmental conservation in order to safeguard the long-term environmental integrity of the state as well as protect ecological sites of conservation interest.
As Malaysia’s most industrialised state, it is particularly important for Selangor to conserve, manage, and strengthen its ecological resources in order to ensure continued enjoyment of ecological services for generations to come. Strengthening the integrity of our state’s ecology is a vital component of sustainable development.
The Selangorku Grant is available for projects to public engagement, conserve & rehabilitate the environment in the Programme Areas below.
- The maximum funding allocation for each application is RM200,000.00
- The programmes must be completed in year 2012 within Selangor.
- Public engagement will be a key determination factor in consideration for funding.
- Climate Change
To apply for a grant from the Selangor State Environmental Conservation Grant, interested organisations should send a two- to three-page concept paper to firstname.lastname@example.org. The paper should include the following:
- A brief description of the project goals and planned activities;
- Information about the applicant organisation and project partners;
- An estimated overall budget and timeframe of the project.
The Grant Secretariat will aim to respond to concept papers within one month of receipt. Selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal for consideration.
The ‘Selangorku’ logo and name, needs to be shown in all material corresponding to the grant. This includes programs, educational material, and posters. Banners indicating support by the ‘Selangorku Grant’ needs to be displayed at all events.
*For non-environment related program proposals, please address to “YAB Dato Menteri Besar, 21st Floor, Bangunan SSAAS, 40000 Shah Alam”
Selangorku Grant on BFM Radio with YB Elizabeth Wong
The Selangor government has introduced a 300 million grant to be allocated to nation-building programmes. Have Malaysians been responsive to this? How important are civil society movementsin our growth as a nation? We talk to Y.B Elizabeth Wong about the Selangorku grant and the importance behind the causes it supports.
More info on Selangorku Grant