Small Grants for Community Projects and Educational Programs
The Council provides grants of up to $1000 to support community projects or educational programs that help achieve goals and objectives in the Council's five-year-plan.
Community Projects - Small Community Grants may be used to support community projects that help achieve goals in the Council's five-year plan. Projects should:
Educational Programs - Small Community Grants may be used to develop or offer conferences, trainings or other disability-related educational events in New Hampshire to:
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL GRANT REQUESTS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED IN A TIMELY MANNER, AND AT LEAST 60 DAYS PRIOR TO AN EVENT TO ALLOW ADEQUATE TIME FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL. THANK YOU.
Small Grants for Youth and Young Adults
The Council provides grants of up to $500 per project to teens or young adults, ages 14 - 21, who want to make their schools or communities more welcoming to people of all abilities. A team or committee must be formed that includes at least one teen or young adult with a disability in a leadership role and one adult support person. Projects should:
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Small Grants for Employment-Related Acitivities/Needs
The Council provides grants of up to $1000 per individual to support employment or post-secondary education goals that could lead to employment, and are in line with the Council's Five-Year Plan and Mission.
The Council provides grants of up to $500 for individuals with developmental disabilities and family members to attend conferences and workshops of local, regional or national significance in order to increase their understanding of information and issues pertinent to promoting their ability to lead more inclusive, self-directed lives in their community. These applications can be submitted at any time before the event or activity. Approval of such requests shall be based in part on the needs of the individual applicant and the availability of funds.