Funding Opportunity – New Grant Announcement

2011 Shelby County Local Drug-Free Communities Fund

 

The Shelby County Drug Free Coalition was established in 1990. The organization is made up of community members who plan and develop efforts to combat substance abuse in the Shelby County area. To learn more about the organization click here.

Grant: This grant applies to projects that fall under the following categories: prevention/education; intervention/treatment; or law enforcement/justice. Agencies or organizations in Shelby County, Indiana are eligible to apply for this grant. Click on the link for application information, deadlines, and award announcements.

Complete the following application packet in its entirety. http://www.shelbycountydrugfree.com/SCDFC_2011_Grant_Application.pdf. Identify the category in which this project falls: prevention/education; intervention/treatment; or law enforcement/justice. Proposals that fall into more than one category must clearly identify the amount of dollars requested for each purpose and justify those amounts in your narrative. All proposals must specifically address one or more Problem Statement(s) and Recommended Objectives included in the Shelby County Drug Free Coalition Comprehensive Community Plan (See packet for more details.) Proposals may be for a single event, equipment, staffing, curriculum and/or other programming. Mail to: Shelby Co Drug Free Coalition, 54 W Broadway St Suite 7, Shelbyville, In 46176

Funding Period: August 1, 2011 – July 31, 2012

Eligibility: Agencies or organizations in Shelby County, IN

Awards Announced: July 8, 2011

Deadline: Friday June 10, 2011

 

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