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Access for All Abilities Mini Grant Initiative

Grant Overview | Past Recipients

Applications now being accepted for the 2016 award cycle!

Submission deadline: Friday, May 20, 2016


The Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities at Rhode Island College is soliciting applications from organizations and businesses offering social, recreational, leisure and cultural activities in Rhode Island communities for "Access for All Abilities" (AAA) Mini-Grants. The Sherlock Center will award up to four grants in 2016. Organizations may apply for up to $2,500.

The application is completed and submitted online*. Click the link below to access the 2016 application. You may complete the application over multiple sessions. Directions for saving your document are provided within the form. Please review the grant criteria prior to starting your application.

Application Materials
Grant Eligibility and Criteria 322 kb (PDF) - please read carefully prior to applying
Preview application questions 150 kb (PDF)

Online Application

Please complete and submit your proposal for a 2016 AAA Mini-Grant using the online application.
*To access the application in an alternate manner, contact Bernice Panicci at bpanicci@ric.edu or call 401-456-4773.

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