BPDD has issued a Request for Proposals to develop strategies to inform and train individuals with disabilities to use self-directed supports (SDS). The deadline to submit a proposal is July 14, 2014.
Apply for a SPARKS Grant by Friday, Aug. 2, 2013 to help enhance your community! SPARKS Grants work to develop local groups that will address identified changes in their communities through grassroots community organizing.
The Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD) is providing grant funds to create grassroots Community Action Teams (CATs) that will use Employment First strategies in local communities/regions.
The United Way Community Volunteer Awards give you a chance to recognize the individuals (youth and adults), families, groups and businesses that strengthen our community through volunteering.
Mental Health America of Wisconsin and the Injury Research Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin invite eligible organizations to submit applications to be local partners in a grant proposal.
The Call for Parents in Partnership (PIP) proposals and the Call for Youth in Partnership with Parents for Empowerment (YiPPE) proposals for the 2010-2011 year are on the WSPEI website.
Do you know what your plans are for the summer? How about earning a stipend, having fun, and exploring science, technology, engineering, and math? This is all possible through one of many summer camps and summer research opportunities offered to high school and college students.
The Pathways to Independence project is offering grant funds up to $480,000 statewide to decrease barriers to, and increase opportunities for, competitive, integrated employment in order to support people with disabilities in achieving their desired employment outcomes.
The Model Communities project, funded by the Wisconsin Medicaid Infrastructure Grant through the Department of Health Services, is looking for people with innovative ideas on how to make their community more welcoming and inclusive of all people, including people with disabilities.
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- Poll Workers Needed
- Election Action Grants Available
- Voter Guides
For details please see a copy of this DAWN alert.
In Wisconsin this fall, there are eight seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, sixteen seats in the State Senate, and ninety-nine State Assembly seats up for election, along with many local offices. In an effort to increase the number of individuals with disabilities who are informed voters and who will vote, this special DAWN Action Grant is being made available. The Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD) is offering to provide financial support for well-defined non-partisan election related activities.