Who - Department Of Housing And Urban Developement (HUD)
What - Grant Program
When - 2006
Where - Eligible applicants include: not-for- profit institutions, and for-profit firms located in the U.S, state and local governments, Federally-recognized Native Indian Tribes and colleges and universities. For-profit firms are not allowed to make profit from the project
Why - The purpose of this grant program is to develop, demonstrate, and promote cost-effective, preventive measures to correct multiple safety and health hazards in the home environment that produce serious diseases and injuries in children of low-income families.
One of the benefits of this particular grant program is that applicants don't have to provide matching funds.
For the year 2007 over $5 Million Dollars has been allotted for grant funding!
The maximum grant award per recipient is $1 Million Dollars and the average grant award per recipient has been just a bit over $900,000.00.
Past Grant Recipient - received grant to develope a website that enabled parents to view their area to identify possible hazordous materials and equipment and provide solutions for suitable replacements.
You can find out more about this grant program by visiting the Department Of Housing And Urban Development's Website. You can also contact them by phone
* - Please be advised that their phone number is not a toll-free number.
I have sent an email to the director of this program to find out more specific information about this grant program.