Mini Grants are a great way to ease into the Safe Routes to School movement, and start building a culture of walking, biking, and rolling at your school. These grants allow schools and communities to create programs that educate and encourage students to stay healthy and active, and to reduce traffic around schools. Up to $5,000 per school is available, and up $25,000 per school district.

 

The 2019 Mini Grant application deadline closed on March 1, 2019. MFF is aiming to notify applicants in late April or early May about the status of their funding proposals.

Refer to the non-infrastructure sections of the eligibility list for what could be eligible under the SRTS Mini Grant.

Download the mini grant toolkit, which includes examples of eligible programs and sample budgets.

 

For questions about the Mini Grant, contact your grant coordinator or Adam Jenks.

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Mini Grants are a great way to ease into the Safe Routes to School movement, and start building a culture of walking, biking, and rolling at your school. These grants allow schools and communities to create programs that educate and encourage students to stay healthy and active, and to reduce traffic around schools. Up to $5,000 per school is available, and up $25,000 per school district.

 

The 2019 Mini Grant RFP is open and accepting applications until 5pm on Friday, March 1st. MFF is aiming to notify applicants in late April or early May about the status of their funding proposals.

Refer to the non-infrastructure sections of the eligibility list for what could be eligible under the SRTS Mini Grant.

Download the mini grant toolkit, which includes examples of eligible programs and sample budgets.

 

For questions about the Mini Grant, contact your grant coordinator or Adam Jenks.

To apply for a Mini Grant:

  1. If you’ve not already done so, register your school(s).
  2. Let us know of your intent to apply.
    Mini Grant Application Intent
    Sending
  3. Submit your application- Download and fill out the following application documents:
  4. You can submit the above application forms either by mail (address and format instructions are in the RFP) or online using the form below. All online applications must be grouped into one zip file for upload. Packaging your application files into a zip file groups them together into a single file to make uploading easier. You do not need any special software to create a zip file. For Windows users:
    • Locate the items that you want to zip.
    • Right click on the file, folder, or files you want to zip
    • Select “Send to”, and then select “Compressed (zipped) folder”.
    • Find the newly created .zip archive in the same directory.

    For Mac users:

    • Locate the items that you want to zip.
    • Right-click on a file, folder, or files you want to zip.
    • Select “Compress Items”.
    • Find the newly created .zip archive in the same directory.
    Mini Grant Application
    Drop a file here or click to upload Choose File
    Maximum upload size: 52.43MB
    Please upload a zip file

    If you have questions or need technical assistance, please send an email to Adam Jenks

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