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ARRL Foundation to Create Club Grants Program
ARDC grant will allow the ARRL Foundation to give up to $25,000 to amateur radio clubs
By: Amateur Radio | Digital Communications (ARDC)
Beginning in April 2022, amateur radio clubs will be able to apply for these grants by filling out a simple form on the ARRL website. The ARRL Foundation will then evaluate the grant proposals, with a key criterion being how the project will advance amateur radio in the grantee's community. In most cases, this process should take no longer than 90 days.
Dr. David Woolweaver, ARRL Foundation President, is, understandably, quite enthusiastic about this program. He notes, "This program will substantially contribute to the growth of amateur radio clubs and their efforts to expand and support the amateur radio community."
Rosy Schechter, ARDC Executive Director, is equally enthusiastic. She notes that this program will streamline the process for getting club projects funded, so that clubs can get started on these projects more quickly. "We're very excited about working with the ARRL Foundation on this program," she says, "We can't wait to see what kinds of creative things clubs will do with these grants."
About ARRL Foundation
Established in 1973 by the American Radio Relay League, Inc. (ARRL) as an independent 501(c)(3) organization, the ARRL Foundation is funded entirely by the generous contributions of radio amateurs, friends, and ARDC. The Foundation advances the Amateur Radio Service by awarding financial grants and scholarships to individuals and amateur radio organizations in support of their charitable, educational and scientific efforts. To learn more about the ARRL Foundation, please visit http://www.arrl.org/
Amateur Radio | Digital Communications (ARDC) is a California-based foundation with roots in amateur radio and the technology of internet communication. ARDC makes grants to projects and organizations that follow amateur radio's practice and tradition of technical experimentation in both amateur radio and digital communication science. ARDC envisions a world where all such technology is available though open source hardware and software, and where anyone has the ability to innovate upon it. To learn more about ARDC, please visit https://www.ampr.org.
Dan Romanchik, KB6NU
ARDC Communications Manager