Youth Disaster Preparedness grants
Posted by on January 20, 2009
Do Something offers preparedness grants to youth
Do Something and the Dunkin Brands Community Foundation have partnered to offer $500 Disaster Grants to young people across the United States and Canada.
The grant program will help support young people with ideas for community service projects around the themes of disaster preparedness and emergency response. Possible project ideas include rebuilding homes in New Orleans, planning an emergency coat drive for families in crisis during the winter months, or collecting toys for kids who have been through a natural disaster.
The program accepts applications on a rolling basis. For further information, go here.
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