MANHATTAN, Kan. – Mini-grants are now available to support community service projects as identified by community or college-based leadership development programs.
The Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development and the Huck Boyd Foundation, with support from the Kansas Health Foundation, are offering up to 10 mini-grants worth $450 each. The mini-grants are to be used to implement a project of community or local need as identified through an educational leadership development program.
“These funds can be used to help a local leadership class or a leadership student carry out a community service project to meet local needs,” said Clare Gustin, chair of the Huck Boyd Institute board of directors. “We encourage community- or college-based leadership development programs to apply.”
More information, including examples of successful grants from previous years, can be found at www.kansasleadershipfund.org.
Proposals should be submitted electronically (in pdf or Word format) to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Oct.15, 2014. Please put “Proposal” in the subject line.
All proposals must be received by Wednesday, Oct.15, 2014 to be considered. Winning proposals will be selected through an independent third-party review. Questions can be emailed to the Huck Boyd Institute at email@example.com.
The Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development is a public/private partnership between K-State Research and Extension and the Huck Boyd Foundation. The foundation office is at the Huck Boyd Community Center in Phillipsburg, Kansas. The institute office is at Kansas State University in Manhattan.
For more information contact Ron Wilson – firstname.lastname@example.org