The National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA), the Idaho State Liquor Division’s (ISLD) trade association, recognizes the importance of its role and more importantly, that of its member states, in the area of alcohol abuse prevention/education. The NABCA’s Public Affairs Committee and Education Task Force, in particular, have been driving forces behind the Association’s growing involvement in, and commitment to, educational efforts.
As such, NABCA has made available to the ISLD as one of its member states an education award of up to $60,000 for development, enhancement or expansion of effective alcohol education efforts. The Association’s belief in the involvement of the control state agency in this effort is paramount to each individual jurisdiction’s responsibility to “support and participate in alcohol education and prevention, providing information and resources that promote responsibility…”
The ISLD supports this belief and recognizes the great work going on in the state. The ISLD wants to support and participate in alcohol education and prevention, as well as provide information and resources that promote responsibility. Therefore, for 2018 – 2019, the ISLD has elected to create an Educational Mini Grant Program to distribute these funds to partnering agencies through a competitive grant system. Community organizations, law enforcement, schools, colleges, universities, and nonprofit agencies are encouraged to apply. Grants starting at a $250 funding request with a maximum of $10K funding request will be considered.
2018/2019 submissions are due by October 5th, 2018.
2018-2019 ISLD Mini Grant Program Application Guidelines