Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI)
10/11/19 11:59 PM
Grants of up to $1,000 to Wisconsin groups of K-12 public school students for student-led education, intervention, and prevention programs designed to address youth risk behaviors. Funding is intended to support programs that target drug and alcohol abuse, tobacco use, violence, alcohol traffic safety, suicide, bullying, and sexual risk behaviors.
Student AODA Mini-Grants fund prevention and wellness projects developed by students for students. Consideration will be given based on the educational value of the project and statewide geographic distribution of funds.
Project Ideas include:
Peer helper or educator programs, wellness fairs, prevention plays, and awareness campaigns that focus on prevention for students, parents, and community members are suitable activities. The development of SADD chapters and other student leadership groups or activities that can help prevent alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse, or traffic safety may be an appropriate use of the funds. For potential student groups and additional suggested topics and delivery formats, see https://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/sspw/pdf/AODA_Student_Mini_Grant_Guidance_2019-20_FINAL.pdf#page=5.
Projects must be developed by student groups, clubs, or classes. Reviewers will bear in mind that elementary students will need more advisor guidance than those at the high school level.
GrantWatch ID#: 137068
The amount of each individual mini-grant award may not exceed $1,000.
Speakers/consultants have a maximum daily rate of $800.
June 8, 2020: Completion of projects and End-Of-Year (EOY) reports submitted to DPI.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email the completed application form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions, please contact:
- Emily Holder, AODA Consultant, at: 608-267-9170 or email@example.com
- Brian Dean, AODA Consultant, at: 608-266-9677 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Polly Tubbs, Grants Specialist, at: 608-266-3459 or email@example.com
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
AODA, School and Traffic Safety
125 S. Webster St.
(608) 266-3390 (800) 441-4563
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