The Colorado Brain Injury Program is
Now Accepting Applications for Community Grants: Promoting Education, Awareness & Projects
The Colorado Brain Injury Program (CBIP) at the Colorado Department of Human Services was created to improve the lives of Colorado citizens who have sustained traumatic brain injury (TBI). CBIP has three focus areas: services, research, and education.
To accomplish the education goal, the Colorado Brain Injury Program established Community Grants (formerly called Education Grants). Grants are awarded to entities that have innovative ideas/initiatives for raising awareness of brain injury. In order to maximize the impact of the available grant dollars, the selection committee will favor grant proposals that generate interdisciplinary cooperation, promote brain injury awareness, and propose novel and innovative contributions to the educational mission of CBIP.
Click Here to download the full Community Grant Announcement which has more details about requirements, funding, and timelines.
Click Here to download the Community Grant Application Form.
Click Here for a brief training on how to complete a Community Grant Application.
CBIP will host a conference call from 3:00 – 4:30 pm on Thursday, April 6th, phone: 1.877.820.7831, passcode: 495085#
All questions about this grant opportunity should be directed to the Colorado Brain Injury Program at: email@example.com
Applications due no later than May 5, 2017 by 5:00 pm.
For general information about the Community Grants and the Colorado Brain Injury Program, please visit their website at tbicolorado.org
Please note these grants are not intended to fund scholastic opportunities for individuals with brain injury, such as scholarships or college tuition.