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Attention Grant Seekers

The Duke Energy Foundation is currently not accepting grant applications. We are upgrading our grant management system and will open our applications in early 2023. In order to file a grant in our new system in 2023, you must register your organization in the new system.

The Duke Energy Foundation is focused on strengthening and uplifting communities throughout Florida with grant funding. We accept grant applications for $20,000 and less throughout the year on a rolling basis for the focus areas describe below. Please see the Application Process Step-By-Step link on right for an overview of our grantmaking process.

Vibrant Economies
  • Workforce development training for jobs vital to the energy economy, with a focus on underrepresented populations
  • Community revitalization and local economic development efforts
  • Economic recovery for customers and communities facing unprecedented challenges
  • Energy and engineering education for K-12 students and teachers
Climate Resiliency
  • Environmental projects supporting land conservation; clean water; and biodiversity of plant and animal species
  • Environmental resiliency projects that prepare communities for and mitigate against the effects of climate change
  • Natural disaster preparedness and response
Justice, Equity and Inclusion 
  • Thriving natural environments, including access to green space, in historically underserved and environmental justice communities*
  • Programs supporting the “just transition” for communities transitioning to cleaner energy generation**
  • Diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives supporting upward mobility
*Learn more about environmental justice on the EPA’s website.
**View one description of a just transition

Local Impact Grants
Local Impact Grants are grants up to $20,000 for work in the areas of vibrant economies, climate resiliency and justice, equity and inclusion. Our Local Impact grants are open year-round.

*Learn more about environmental justice on the EPA’s website.
**View one description of a just transition.