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Archery Equipment Grants for Schools
Archery Equipment Grants for Schools

​​​​​CPW provides grants to K-12 schools to incorporate or maintain archery programs as part of the physical or outdoor education curriculum. ​

​Two types of grants are available: New Program Equipment Grants ​provide funding for schools that do not have equipment. Equipment Maintenance Grants help schools continue their existing NASP-style archery programs. 

Applications for the 2017-2018 Grant Cycle must be submitted by November 17, 2017.

New Program Equipment Grants are only available to K-12 Schools and will only fund one set of archery equipment. Schools that already have equipment are only eligible for Equipment Maintenance Grants (see below). 

​What this Grant Offers

This grant offers funds to schools with new BAI programs to help purchase their first set of archery equipment. New Program Equipment Grants range from $300-$3000 per school.​

Equipment purchased through this grant program must be used only for in-school archery instruction. This grant funds are only for the first set of archery equipment per school.

​How to Apply

To complete a New Program Grant application, the following items are required:

  • ​Step 1: ​​At least one teacher on staff must already be a certified Basic Archery Instructor (BAI).

  • Step 2: Secure partial funding: a minimum of $250 in cash is required to be eligible for this grant. 

  • Step 3: Complete this application.

  • Step 4: Recipients will be notified in mid-December and funds will be disbursed in January. If selected, you agree to purchase equipment by January 31st or risk forfeiture of grant funds.



​Equipment Maintenance Grants (for Existing Programs)

Equipment Maintenance Grants are only available to schools that have already implemented NASP® in their P.E. Programs. 

What this Grant Offers

CPW will match your school funding dollar-for-dollar, up to $500 per school, per year.

How to Apply

To complete a Equipment Maintenance Grant application, the following items are required:

  • Step 1: ​​At least one teacher on staff must already be a certified Basic Archery Instructor (BAI).

  • Step 2: Secure 50% of the funding. This grant matches school funding dollar-for-dollar, up to $500 per year. 

  • Step 3: Complete this application.​

  • Step 4: Recipients will be notified in mid-December and funds will be disbursed in ​January. Complete your proposed maintenance or place maintenance orders by March 31st.​

Colorado Parks and Wildlife reserves the right to audit the use of grant monies.