The Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center is accepting applications for outreach and education activities to improve the health and safety of workers in agriculture, fishing, and forestry (AgFF). The Outreach Mini-Grant Program is a new funding opportunity intended to support stakeholder activities dedicated to promoting workplace health and safety using PNASH resources among underserved populations.
The PNASH Center encourages applications that address key agricultural health and safety topics (see Recommended Health & Safety topics section) and emerging needs expressed by AgFF stakeholders. We will prioritize applications that partner with community-based organizations, employers, cooperative extension agents, commodity groups, and health and safety educators.
The Outreach Mini-grant program will award two projects for up to $7,500 direct costs each. Projects must have a project period falls within the range of September 3, 2021 to March 31, 2022. For projects that fall after March 2022, please look for our next call for proposals posted here.
The application process consists of two steps:
- Application First complete the Google form
- Cover letter & budget Next email these forms to Dennise Drury at firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 19 - Applications due to Center
August 13 - Awards announced
September 3 - Earliest availability of funds
Proposal Review Criteria
View the Outreach Mini-Grant Review criteria used to score the applications.
For questions about the Outreach Mini-Grant Program, please contact:
PNASH Resources Database
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