What is Available?
Twice a year, the LCCA releases mini-grants. These grants, awarded up to $500, fund youth-organized drug prevention activities and campaigns. Applicants must submit a formal proposal, detailing the proposed activities, outcomes, evaluation tools, and budget. The activities must have direct youth involvement at all times. These funds are only available for activities that take place and incorporate Livingston County youth. Money for these grants are made possible by LCCA fundraisers.
The LCCA is proud to announce the release of our 2020 Mini-Grant Application!
We are looking to fund applications that have youth-led, youth-driven projects that are innovative and creative. In the past we have funded activities like, The Dance Project, alternative Friday nights at The Connection Youth Services, and Kick Butts Day which all focus on the prevention of youth substance use and helping youth to make positive choices. Also, we would like to see the applications completely and thoroughly filled out.
Applications are due on March 20th, by 3:00pm either electronically or in person to Livingston Catholic Charities, 2020 E. Grand River, Suite 104, Howell. Faxed applications will not be accepted. For more information, please contact Megan at Livingston.Community.Alliance@gmail.com.
The Dance Project
It Stops With Students
Students Leading Students
Students Take a New Direction- Pinckney
Brighton High School National Honors Society
Brighton High School’s Students Against Destructive Decisions
Livingston County Juvenile Court
Students Take a New Direction- Hartland
The Connection Youth Services
Ore Creek Middle School
Howell High School
The Bridge Alternative High School
Fowlerville High School’s Peer Assistance and Leadership
Fowlerville Junior High School’s Students Taking a New Direction
Howell Teen Center