Mix It Up Youth Grants

Posted by on July 21, 2006

Have a great idea about how to challenge social boundaries and bring down the walls that divide your school? We want to help, and, to prove it, we give $500 grants to support youth-directed programs and projects that address social boundaries in schools or communities. (Keep in mind: we can’t give you one for hosting a Mix It Up at Lunch Day.) Our guidelines are simple:

* Youth must serve as decision-makers in the project. Ideally, the project is created and implemented by youth.
* Projects must promote collaboration across social boundaries ? different youth groups, clubs or community groups working together.
* The project or program should be a part of an ongoing effort, or an effort that’s just getting started, but will continue.
* Grants are non-renewable.

Be creative. We’re definitely open to new ideas!

<a href="http://www.tolerance.org/teens/grants.jsp">http://www.tolerance.org/teens/grants.jsp</a>

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