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Students for Sensible Drug Policy is now offering grants of up to $1,000 to SSDP chapters for activist work that is above and beyond a chapter's normal range of projects. Proposals should be sent by July 1, to Chris Evans, SSDP Board, (301) 512-9126, [email protected]. Decisions will be made by August 15 and funded by September 15 (at the latest).

Chapters interested in applying are also encouraged to first submit a brief Letter of Inquiry (LOI). This should be a general description of your idea for the grant proposal (no longer than a page, even a paragraph will suffice), and represents your chance to get feedback from SSDP's grants committee prior to submitting your final proposal. LOIs should be sent by e-mail to [email protected].

While SSDP prefers for your proposal to be sent electronically, if necessary that may submitted by mail to: SSDP National Office, Grants Committee, 1623 Connecticut Ave., NW, 3rd Floor, Washington, DC 20009. Also, though attendance at the SSDP national conference is not a specific requirement for receiving a chapter grant, chapters who do participate in the conference will be looked on more favorably.

Visit http://www.ssdp.org/grants/ for complete info, guidelines and resources to help you with the proposal writing process.

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