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Archery Equipment Grants for Schools
Archery Equipment Grants for Schools

Types of Archery Grants ​

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

Applications for the 2018-2019 Grant cycle are available now.

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

​What this Grant Offers

This grant offers funds to schools with new Basic Archery Instructor (BAI) programs to 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 for in-school archery instruction. 

​How to Apply

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

  • ​Step 1: ​​At least one teacher on staff must have a BAI certification.

  • Step 2: Secure partial funding: We require a minimum of $250 to be eligible for this grant. 

  • Step 3: Apply for a new equipment grant using our online form.

  • Step 4: Recipients will be notified in mid-December. Funds will be disbursed in January. Equipment should be purchased by January 31st or risk forfeiture of grant funds.

​Equipment Maintenance Grants (for Existing Programs)

Equipment Maintenance Grants are 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 have a BAI certification.

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

  • Step 3: Apply for the maintenance grant using our online form.

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

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