Halton Foundation is a charitable organization with the aim of improving indoor environmental quality. Grants are typically awarded to non-profit organizations researching how to improve human wellbeing in indoor environments. Grants may also be applied by organizations that develop solutions aiming for better indoor environmental quality.
Halton Foundation has awarded grants in the past six years totaling over 165 000 Euros. Grants have been awarded in several areas including helping children with asthma, funding for the Himalayas Stove project, and providing grants to universities that research indoor environmental quality.
Grants are awarded based on grant applications. The application period is from July 1st to September 1st. Requests for grants may be made by filling out and submitting the grant application form. The application must be submitted electronically with all attachments listed.
If your organization or project reflects these priorities, you may submit a grant application using our online form.
Decision on grants is made by October 1st. The successful applicant will be notified of the grant award and the grant decision will be announced in the Foundation website. Halton Foundation will sign a Grant Agreement with the charitable organization receiving the funds. The grant receiver must also provide information about the use of the funds for the purpose intended.