USA: Rhode Island
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Grants of up to $2,500 to Rhode Island nonprofits, government agencies, and businesses to improve access to social, recreational, leisure, and cultural activities for people of all abilities. Funding is intended to foster increased access to typical public activities for people with disabilities.
A panel of representatives from the Sherlock Center, including individuals with disabilities, will evaluate applications according to the following criteria:
Examples of supportable projects include: Purchase or development of specialized equipment or product to enable or enhance accessibility; sensitivity or specific skills training for employees to better support and engage with customers who have disabilities; modifications to an existing space or activity to accommodate people with disabilities; funding of an initial stage of a larger project (e.g., architectural plan), etc. Applicants may propose combining funds from other sources to support a larger project that meets the required one-year timeframe for completion.
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Applicants must demonstrate in their proposals sufficient resources to complete the proposed project within one year from receipt of the grant award.
Bernice Panicci, Data Management Specialist
Fax: (401) 456-8150
600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908-1991