Foundation / Corporation
Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) Education Foundation
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Grants ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 to USA and Canada nonprofit organizations, institutions, and associations for educational projects that benefit and serve veterans and other individuals affected by spinal cord diseases and injuries. Funding is intended for projects that have the potential to provide broad-based educational opportunities; potential replication of proposals and effective dissemination plans are key elements of funded projects.
The Education Foundation provides funding in six project categories:
For FY 2020, each grant project and conference must include at least one person living with a SCI/D, MS or ALS in the development, implementation and evaluation of the project. This individual, who should be described as the SCI/D Advocate, will provide insights and support in assuring that the project has a positive impact on the target audience. For conference grant applications, this person should be identified as part of the planning committee. For project grants, this person should be included in the narrative under key personnel.
GrantWatch ID#: 176906
The maximum PVA Education Foundation project grant is $50,000 per year. The maximum conference or symposium grant is $15,000 per year. The minimum PVA Education Foundation project, conference or symposium grant is $10,000.
Grants awarded by May 1, 2020, will be funded for a one-year grant period beginning June 1, 2020. If you require a grant start date after June 1, please state this in your application or on the Grant Acknowledgement Form. A written justification for the delay is required. Grants may start no later than August 1, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online: https://pva.aibs.org/
For technical assistance with the online application submission process, contact Customer Service at email@example.com.
Lindsay Perlman, MPH, Program Manager
Cheryl Vines, M.S., Director of Research and Education
Phone: 805.439.2804 or 202.416.7668
Paralyzed Veterans of America
801 Eighteenth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
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