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The Call for Applications is currently CLOSED.
The SCRA Community Mini-Grants Program was designed by the Community Psychology Practice Council in 2010. With the support of the Executive Committee, the grant program began awarding funds in the summer of 2011.
The purpose of this program is to support and help catalyze small scale, time-sensitive community interventions, whether action or research-based, which are consistent with the SCRA vision, mission, principles and goals. The grant program is intended to encourage meaningful work that SCRA members (and their community partners) are doing in their communities around the world. It is a fast decision-cycle mini-grant program aimed at supporting community-based interventions that are time sensitive.
In 2014, a total of 15 grants will be awarded. Applicants can request up to $1,200 for their project. All grants will be accepted and awarded on a rolling-basis during three distinct periods: (1) March 1st-June 30th, (2) July 1st-September 30,and (3) October 1st -November 1st.
Grant Program Coordinator: Jasmine Douglas
Grantee/Finance Coordinator: Kyrah Brown
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email us!
The success of the SCRA Community Mini-Grants Program is largely because of our exceptional reviewers who dedicate their time and effort to this initiative. We are very appreciative of them!
Why serve as a reviewer?
As a Minigrants reviewer you will have the opportunity to read a variety of project proposals and provide meaningful feedback.The benefits of serving as a Mini-Grants reviewer include the opportunity to :
What experience is needed?
What are the requirements for becoming a reviewer?
Beginning January 2015, new reviewers must:
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What is the process for becoming a reviewer?