- Grant Programs
Connect with SGC Programs
Explore SGC’s grant programs promoting sustainability, health, and equity across California. Find funding for affordable housing, transit-oriented development, open space conservation, and climate change resilience.
Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities
The Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program affordable housing development and nearby transportation improvements.
Learn more about AHSC
Climate Change Research
The Climate Change Research Program engages researchers and community partners throughout the process of research to advance State climate goals.
Learn more about CCR
Community Resilience Centers
Community Resilience Centers Program grants fund neighborhood-level centers so they can provide year-round services and shelter during emergencies.
Learn more about CRC
The Factory-Built Housing Pre-Development Program addresses California’s housing supply and affordability challenges by supporting the development of energy-efficient housing manufacturing facilities across the state.
Learn more about Facory-Built Housing
Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation
The Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation (SALC) Program utilizes Cap-and-Trade proceeds to protect agricultural lands on the outskirts of cities and near residential neighborhoods from development.
Learn more about SALC
Transformative Climate Communities
The Transformative Climate Communities Program funds frontline communities’ projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and local air pollution.
Learn more about TCC
Getting Started: Technical Assistance
If your organization isn’t ready yet to apply for a planning or implementation grant, find resources here to help you prepare for success. Through our Community Assistance for Climate Equity (CACE) suite of programs, SGC provides technical assistance and capacity building to help under-resourced communities access critical funding resources, implement high-impact projects, and enact community-led initiatives.
Regional Climate Collaboratives Program
RCC is a capacity building grant program that funds community-rooted and cross-sectoral partners to develop the processes, plans, and projects that will drive and sustain climate action in their communities.
Learn more about RCC
Tribal Capacity Building Pilot Program
The Tribal Capacity Building Pilot Program provides funding and technical assistance to California Native American tribes to build staff capacity to advance tribes’ climate-related work.
Learn more about TCBP
For more Technial Assistance
Find resources and more CACE programs here to help you prepare for success.
More Technical Assitance and Tools