Safety and Risk Management

 

Chip Sunderbruch Memorial Risk Management Endowment

The Chip Sunderbruch Memorial Risk Management Endowment provides grants for projects in Scott County, Iowa that will improve safety for agencies; their employees, volunteers, or clients; and/or the general public. Nonprofit organizations in Scott County, Iowa are eligible for this grant.

Grant amount
The total grant pool for 2016 is approximately $3,500. The maximum grant is $1,000.

Timeline
Grant applications are accepted on a rolling basis through November 30 via the Q2030 Grant Cycle. To apply for this grant, please complete a Q2030 Grant application and note the Chip Sunderbruch Memorial Risk Management Grant program on your application.  Applying for a Chip Sunderbruch Memorial Risk Management Grant will not affect your eligibility for a Q2030 grant.

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Final Reports
Please complete a final report when you have finished your project, or within one year, whichever is sooner. Reports are completed in the same online system you submitted your application. Click here to log in and complete a final report for a Chip Sunderbruch Memorial Risk Management grant.

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