Licensure & Advocacy Grant Program provides financial assistance to chapters
that are working to promote and defend practice act licensure across the United
States. The program also assists
chapters that are active (or plan to be active) in any ASLA state or local
advocacy efforts, including defending the right to practice from local
challenges. Past awardees have used the grants
to help defray lobbying costs when advocating for a licensure upgrade, create
outreach and advocacy materials to distribute to decision makers in their
state, and advocated for landscape architects to be included in stormwater
management & environmental resource permits. Applications
are no later than 5:00pm EDT on Friday October 14, 2011.
HERE to download the 2012 Advocacy Grants Guidelines and Application
are eligible to submit a project in support of a licensure campaign or other
chapter executive committee that is impacted by the state licensure campaign
must demonstrate their endorsement of the proposal (one can take the lead role,
alliances may submit a project with the written endorsement of every chapter
involved, and with one chapter serving as the primary sponsor to manage the
may be resubmitted in consecutive years for initial and additional
funding. Consideration will be given to
multi-year efforts that apply for sustained funding of successful projects.
grant monies must be reported to ASLA at the end of the 2012, when a
determination will be made whether a refund is appropriate or the balance may
be applied to subsequent year activity.
- Complete submittals
must be received no later than 5:00pm EDT on Friday, October 14, 2011 in order
to be eligible for consideration.
more information on this program, please contact Government Affairs Director
Julia Lent at 202-216-2330 or email@example.com.
For more on ASLA licensure and advocacy visit asla.org/licensure