SGC’s Community Assistance for Climate Equity Program (CACE) provides technical assistance and capacity building services to help under-resourced communities access critical funding resources, implement high-impact projects, and enact community-led initiatives.
Regional Climate Collaboratives Program
The Regional Climate Collaboratives Program (RCC) is a new 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. The Round 1 application deadline closed on October 7, 2022 and SGC will announce awards during the December 15 Council meeting. SGC anticipates releasing the Round 2 Notice of Funding Availability in mid-2023.
Partners Advancing Climate Equity
Partners Advancing Climate Equity (PACE) is a capacity-building program for frontline community leaders from across California to connect and learn with peers, take their skills to the next level, and inspire transformative change.
Technical Assistance Guidelines for State Agencies
The TA Guidelines are a resource to help State agencies evaluate options, make key decisions, and avoid pitfalls as they develop effective TA programs. While State agencies are the primary audience for the TA Guidelines, other stakeholders seeking to provide or receive TA will likely find the guidance useful as well.