Foundation / Corporation
Colorado Rural Health Center, with funding by U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration
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Grants to Colorado emergency response organizations located in rural Counties to train first responders, as well as community members in CPR/AED courses. This program will reimburse eligible entities for courses taking place between June 1, 2014 and March 1, 2015.
A list of approved courses is available on a separate document (see attachments). These are the courses recognized by the Colorado EMTS section and the only ones CRHC will reimburse through the RAED grant.
These are important facts for submitting a reimbursement request:
-Courses have to be on the list of approved courses and taught by certified instructors.
-The requesting entity must have sponsored or conducted the course.
-The requesting entity must be in a rural eligible area of Colorado.
-Courses must incorporate AED training.
-This is a reimbursement for classes that have already occurred, CRHC will not pay in advance for classes scheduled, but not yet held.
-You may request up to $30 per student.
-The funds can be used to reimburse for the cost of instructors, books, cards, etc.
-The funds are not intended for the purchase of AEDs.
-CRHC may fund a partial reimbursement request based the amount of the request and the funds remaining.
-Do not request reimbursement for a class/course that has or will be funded by other outside sources.
-Your request for reimbursement is only a request, not a guarantee of reimbursement.
-A check will be made payable to the requesting entity, not individuals.
GrantWatch ID#: 150571
Up to $30 per student.
Courses must have been completed between June 1, 2014 - March 1, 2015.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Colorado Rural Health Center
3033 S Parker Rd #606
Aurora, CO 80014
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