MGH Revere CARES Coalition and the City of Revere's Healthy Community Initiatives department: Mini-Grants Applications
Applications are due Sunday, January 14th, 2018 at 11:59pm.

Proposed projects must take place in Revere and be completed by the end of 2018 in order to be considered for funding.

There are 5 types of mini-grant applications available:
1. Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD)
ADULT application:
ATOD is offering up to $8,000 in mini-grants for positive decision making projects in Revere.

The goal for ATOD mini grants is to provide community members an opportunity to apply for funds for activities, programs or projects to help young people make positive decisions for themselves, especially around not using drugs and alcohol. We are also looking ideas that help students manage their mental well being, or improve their skills at managing pressure and stress.

Schools, teachers, councilors, students, organizations, neighborhood groups and others are welcomed to apply.
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2. Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD)
YOUTH application:
ATOD is offering up to $1,500 in mini-grants for youth-led positive decision making projects in Revere.

The goal for ATOD mini grants is to provide community members an opportunity to apply for funds for activities, programs or projects to help young people make positive decisions for themselves, especially around not using drugs and alcohol. We are also looking ideas that help students manage their mental well being, or improve their skills at managing pressure and stress.

For the ATOD Youth Lead mini grants, applicants should be 19 years of age or younger and live in the Revere, but do not have to be a student at a school in Revere. Each project should have an adult mentor.

Schools, teachers, councilors, students, organizations, neighborhood groups and others are welcomed to apply.
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3. Revere on the Move (ROTM)
PERMANENT CHANGE application:
ROTM is offering up to $7,500 in mini-grants for neighborhood improvement projects in Revere.

These Mini-Grants are meant to support projects focused on policy, systems, and environmental changes (PSEs) that can affect the entire community for years to come. Policy changes may be any formal or informal rule, such as changing workplace policies to provide time off during work hours for physical activity. Systems changes address the way things are normally done in an organization such as a school or the transportation system. Environmental changes involve improvements to the physical environment.

Residents, neighborhood groups, schools and other organizations are all welcome to apply to help make Revere a healthier community.
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4. Revere on the Move (ROTM)
PROGRAM application:
ROTM is offering up to $3,000 in mini-grants to support programs and one time activities in Revere.

We define programs as short-term, possibly even one-time events that serve people at an individual level but do not make permanent changes to the environment or policies. A program would be a walking club on the urban trail for the summer.

Residents, neighborhood groups, schools and other organizations are all welcome to apply to help make Revere a healthier community.
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5. Revere on the Move (ROTM)
YOUTH Application:
ROTM is offering up to $1,500 in mini-grants to support programs OR policy, systems, and environmental changes led by youth in the Revere community.

We define policy, systems, and environmental changes as permanent changes that can affect the entire community for years to come. Policy changes may be any formal or informal rule, such as changing workplace policies to provide time off during work hours for physical activity. Systems changes address the way things are normally done in an organization such as a school or the transportation system. Environmental changes involve improvements to the physical environment.

We define programs as short-term, possibly even one-time events that serve people at an individual level but do not make permanent changes to the environment or policies. A program would be a walking club on the urban trail for the summer.

For the ROTM Youth Lead mini-grant applicants should be 19 years of age or younger and live in the Revere, but do not have to be a student at a school in Revere. Each project should have an adult mentor.

Residents, neighborhood groups, schools and other organizations are all welcome to apply to help make Revere a healthier community.

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