Pennsylvania Parents and Caregivers Resource Network
Funding Opportunities

The PA Developmental Disabilities Council
www.paddc.org

The PA Developmental Disabilities Council is requesting proposals under the following Objective Statements & Grant Program Announcements grants.

  • Advocacy Consultation
  • Collective Advocacy Grants
  • Communications/Publications
  • Community Outreach Grants
  • Community Regeneration
  • Developing Leaders
  • Educating Medical Professional in the Community
  • Employment Incentives
  • Evaluating Health Choices From the Consumer's Perspective
  • Evaluation
  • Faith Communities Small Grants Program
  • Faith Community Inclusion
  • Inclusive Education: Report Cards for Success
  • Local Advocacy Organizing Coalitions
  • Microboards in Pennsylvania
  • New Initiatives
  • Parent and Caregiver Support Organizer
  • Policy Information Exchange
  • Reducing Stigma Through Media
  • Special Projects Grants

For full information about these funding opportunities call the offices below or visit the PA DDC website.

Pennsylvania Developmental Disability Council
Harrisburg Office
Room 569 Forum Building
Commonwealth Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17120
717-787-6057
Pittsburgh Office
8500 Brooktree Road
Suite 100
Wexford, PA 15090
724-933-1655
www.paddc.org
Click on "funding"

Collective Advocacy Grants

The PADDC invites you to submit a request for funding under Council's Collective Advocacy Objective.

What will these grants fund?

Collective advocacy projects must support voluntary, citizen-based advocacy activities aimed at changing social conditions or governmental systems affecting people with developmental disabilities.

Your group may apply for a grant up to a maximum of $10,000.

The effective date for the grants will be no earlier than April 1, 2004.

For more information and to receive an application packet, please contact Mr. David Golin, Project Officer at 717.772.4127.


Community Outreach Grants
to assist
Racial/ethnic Minority Groups

The Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council is pleased to announce a new small grants program designed to assist Pennsylvania's racial/ethnic minority groups in improving community service systems for their members with developmental disabilities.

The Community Outreach Grant Program is an opportunity for Pennsylvania minority groups and organizations to apply for money to support their advocacy work in making community services more responsive to the needs of Pennsylvania's racial and ethnic minorities with developmental disabilities.

Grants will be awarded up to a maximum of $10,000 for a term of up to 18 months. The funds are intended to sustain groups in their efforts to identify racial/ethnic barriers, and implement strategies to resolve issues related to the community systems that serve people with disabilities.

For this program, the definition of "racial/ethnic minority" is African American, Latino, Asian American, and Native American.

Requests for an application package for this program should be directed to: Ms. Maria Contino, Project Officer - 717-772-4129.


PPCRN Mini-Money Grants

717-561-0098 PPCRN 1-888-5-PARENT



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