Established and directed by students, the Holy Cross Green Fund offers grant funding to projects that positively impact the environment and Holy Cross students.
About the HC Green Fund
The Holy Cross Green Fund aims to establish a more sustainable campus through extensive, visible, and strategic collaboration between students, faculty, administration, and staff. When enacting sustainability policies and programs at Holy Cross, the Green Fund considers the beneficial impact of sustainability in the lives of the members of the Holy Cross community as well as those in the greater Worcester area and the world.
Seeking to increase the value of educational opportunities and environmental initiatives at the College with hands-on project planning, research opportunities, and volunteer opportunities, the Holy Cross Green Fund will aid in fulfilling the College’s Carbon Commitment and help answer Pope Francis’s call to action as outlined in his 2015 encyclical, Laudato Si. In essence, the Holy Cross Green Fund, founded on Jesuit values, fosters collaboration and unity within the Holy Cross and Worcester community in pursuit of a more sustainable world.
Applying for Funding
The Review Board will accept applications for the Fall 2023 cycle. The submission deadline is September 28, 2023.
View the project application | View the progress report | View the completion report
Green Fund Review Board
The Green Fund Review Board is composed of student, staff and faculty members from throughout the College, who oversee the Green Fund, including the application process and the Fund's campus visibility.
Email the Green Fund Review Board
Emily Marino '24, student manager
Eva Muldoon '26, transparency and visibility intern
Evan Garcia '26, student-at-large
VACANT, Student Government Association cabinet representative
VACANT, Student Government Association senate representative
Armstrong Lidonde, department of facilities representative
Allison Richardson, faculty manager
Patrick Rogers, administrative representative
Julian Beban '26, treasurer
Cathy Liebowitz, non-voting office of sustainability representative