Merlyn Climate Grants awards grants to emerging climate leaders 13 to 30 in New England and New York. It also hosts the Climate Future Film Festival, open to filmmakers of all ages all over the world.

Entry Deadline for Filmmakers is March 1, 2023.  The next deadline for Grant Applications is March 15, 2023.  

Merlyn grantees funded in 2018-2022  have trained volunteers for public speaking on climate. They've launched composting and kelp farms and studied rivers with area schoolchildren.

They've launched Climate Courage workshops, created one-woman shows, and produced informative podcasts for emerging climate leaders. They've planted trees and published a magazine. See "Recipients" for more.




Merlyn Climate Grants is the working title of the nonprofit corporation Merlyn Education and Climate Protection Project, designated as a public charity under the Internal Revenue Code section 501 (c) (3).  ID 001696690. EIN 84-2006329. Donations to support the work of Merlyn Climate Grants are tax deductible.