DUE TO UNCERTAINTIES IN THE SPORT, INCLUDING DATES AND SITES OF EVENTS AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS, AS WELL AS ABILITIES OF CLUBS TO CONDUCT PRACTICES, THE USATF-NEW ENGLAND GRANT PROGRAM IS SUSPENDED THROUGH THE END OF 2020.
TENTATIVELY, GRANT APPLICATIONS WILL AGAIN BE ACCEPTED AFTER JANUARY 1.
The USATF-NE Grant Program, established in 2008, promotes excellence in USATF disciplines by supporting athletes, clubs, and programs of the association, with an objective of increasing membership, participation, and status of the sport.
The grant program is open to USATF members and/or USATF-NE member clubs only, and has three aspects - program, travel/coaching, and youth.
Due dates for all grants are April 15, August 15, and December 15 of the year. Decisions will be made shortly after those dates. Each grant also has an annual award limit.
Complete information and applications for each grant type can be found below. Contact USATF-NE board member Mike Travers with any questions on the programs.
Program Innovation Grants are designed assist member organizations to start and grow traditional and innovative programs in the disciplines covered by USATF to benefit the sports' community,
Program Innovation Grant Program Summary
Program Innovation Grant Application
These grants help member athletes, coaches, and clubs pay for travel to national or international competition or to attend USATF coaching education school
Travel-Coaching Grant Program Summary
Travel-Coaching Grant Application
Funded through a bequest from the estate of the late USATF-NE past president Marja Bakker, the fund supports youth track & field and cross country initiatives benefiting a large number of participants. Grants exclude travel expenses and personal equipment.
Bakker Fund Grant Program Summary
Bakker Fund Grant Application
USATF has two ongoing youth grants for clubs.
The Mark Springer Travel Grant is for travel to the several USATF National Youth Championship events. A history of participation at association, regional, and National events is considered.
USATF Foundation Youth Grant (managed separately from USATF) support and expand high quality programs that attract diverse participation, with a focus on low-income communities. Clubs must have non-profit status to apply.