Northwest Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety grant funds available

Northwest Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety grant funds available
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Thu, 08/04/2022 – 14:05

St. Joseph, Mo. – Over the last several years, agencies and organizations across Northwest Missouri have received funding for programs aimed at reducing injuries and fatalities on our roadways. With preliminary reports showing 49 fatalities within the northwest region’s 20 counties during 2021, the work is not over yet. To assist agencies in the fight towards zero deaths in Northwest Missouri, and across the state, the Northwest Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety (NWMCRS) is once again offering grants for highway and traffic safety programs and resources.
This year, the NWMCRS will be offering funding through two different opportunities. The annual highway and traffic safety grant opportunity and a new Community Outreach Funding program.
Grant Information:
Applications will be accepted through end of business Sept. 9, 2022.
Grant requests may not exceed $5,000.
Organizations eligible to apply for these funds include schools, community groups, law enforcement, health departments, and more.
Program must address at least one of the emphasis areas identified in the Show-Me Zero strategic highway safety plan. These include occupant protection, distracted driving, speed and aggressive driving and impaired driving. More information can be found at: https://www.savemolives.com/mcrs/show-me-zero.
Grant funds are through reimbursement only. You must have a vendor account with

Online grant application: https://modot-rjzpw.formstack.com/forms/blueprint_grant_application_2015_2016
Community Outreach Funding:
Funding is limited and provided on a first-come basis through May 31, 2023.
Funding requests must be a for physical items with the total cost equaling no more that $2,000.
Organizations eligible to apply for these funds include schools, community groups, law enforcement, health departments, and more.
Funding request must address at least one of the emphasis areas identified in the Show-Me Zero strategic highway safety plan. These include occupant protection, distracted driving, speed and aggressive driving and impaired driving. More information can be found at: https://www.savemolives.com/mcrs/show-me-zero.

Program funds request: https://www.modot.org/form/nwmcrs-community-outreach-fundin
For more information, about the NWMCRS and regional funding opportunities, visit: https://www.savemolives.com/mcrs/Northwest-Region.
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