Community Action for a Renewed Environment
Posted by on April 15, 2005
EPA Empowering Communities to Reduce Risks from Toxic Exposure
EPA is launching a new grant program to help communities understand and reduce the risk of exposure to toxic chemicals. The Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) program is a new and unique community-based, community-driven, multi-media demonstration program. Through CARE, EPA is offering financial and technical assistance to help communities understand and reduce risks caused by toxics from multiple sources. The CARE program will award $1.65 million, in grant money, through two levels of funding. Under Level I, communities will receive approximately $75,000 to establish collaborative partnerships and set priorities for reducing toxic risks in their environments. Level II offers approximately $300,000 to communities that already have a broad-based collaborative partnership, have identified priorities, and are ready to implement risk reduction strategies. A total of ten projects will be funded nationally in FYO5. Applications are due no later than May 20, 2005. For more information about the CARE program or to obtain an application, please visit our website at: <a href="http://www.epa.gov/care">http://www.epa.gov/care</a>.
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