2015 Coros ADA Community Grants
In keeping with the advocacy efforts of ADA-Indiana member Keith Coros (1946 - 2008), the purpose of this program is to promote increased implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and “Livable Community” concepts in Indiana’s local communities.
ADA-Indiana, in conjunction with Indiana Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities, provided funding for the following organizations through the 2015 Coros ADA Community Grants Program.
- Wabash Valley Business Leadership Network / Hamilton Center - coordinated a series of employment-related workshops for Wabash Valley employers, human resource professionals, and others.
- City of Monticello / Mayor's ADA Advisory Committee - hosted the ADA Legacy Bus Tour Stop in Monticello, White County.
- Skulski Consulting - hosted a "The ADA at 25: Creating Accessible Counties, Cities, and Towns" workshop for local government officials and others.
- Southern Indiana Center for Independent Living - hosted a disability rights and voting workshop for local county officials from several counties and disability advocates.
2016 Coros ADA Community Grants Program?
The 2016 Request for Proposals for the Coros ADA Community Grants Program is scheduled to be released at the 2015 Annual Conference for People with Disabilities on December 7th. The conference theme this year is, "ADA at 25: Moving Forward, Looking Back."
Please stop by the ADA-Indiana booth to pick-up the RFP or visit our website.
If you have any questions about ADA-Indiana's Grants program, please contact Matt Norris, Project Staff, at 812-855-6508 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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