Foundation / Corporation
National Center for Mobility Management (NCMM)
07/15/22 11:59 PM ET
Grants of up to $25,000 and in-kind support to USA nonprofit organizations and government agencies for projects to benefit individuals with mobility challenges. Applicants are advised that required registrations may take several weeks to finalize. Funding is intended to design transportation services for community members facing mobility barriers. In addition to the cash grant, applicants will receive intensive technical assistance throughout the grant.
NCMM’s Community Mobility Design Challenge 2022 grants, with funding from the Federal Transit Administration, will support communities in seeking innovative ways to address the personal well-being of community members that face transportation barriers to recreation and physical activities, healthy food, personal safety, economic opportunity, or community and peer support opportunities.
Goals of the Grant
Grant activities that can be funded include the following:
GrantWatch ID#: 197387
NCMM plans to select four communities.
The Design Challenge up to $25,000 is the first in NCMM’s series of three grants. The second grant opportunity, or the Learning Launch grants up to $20,000, enable teams to refine and test the solutions they created during the Design Challenge to ensure they are operationally feasible, financially viable, and, above all, responsive to customers’ needs. The third grant opportunity, or the Ready to Launch grants, provide up to $75,000 in funding to then pilot the tested solutions. Teams are well positioned to apply for the second and third grant opportunities after completing their Design Challenge activities.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Application packages should be emailed to William Reckley, email@example.com, by the submittal deadline. Applications submitted via other methods will not be considered. Questions during the application period can also be addressed to William Reckley.
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