Apply for a College Ambassador Program (CAP) Grant

Grant Application for the MOFAS College Ambassador Program

The Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS) is committed to preventing prenatal alcohol exposure and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) by creating awareness of the risks associated with drinking alcohol while pregnant and increasing the number of people who plan their pregnancies and engage in healthy behaviors before becoming pregnant. In support of this work, we are seeking applications from colleges and universities that are interested in engaging their student population through events focused on FASD prevention.

The events will educate students on the importance of preconception health and planned pregnancies to decrease the risk of prenatal alcohol exposure, increase awareness of the risks associated with drinking alcohol during pregnancy, and encourage safe alcohol choices and alcohol-free pregnancies. Colleges can request up to $2,500 to host one or multiple prevention events on campus.

For any questions related to the College Ambassador Program, please contact Sarah Brown at sbrown@mofas.org or 651-917-2370.

Important Dates

  • June 15, 2018, by 5 p.m. – Grant Applications Due
  • August 2018 – Grant Recipients Announced
  • September 2018 – June 2019 – Grant Time Frame

Documents Required for Application

  • RFP (PDF version) (Word Doc version)– This document includes eligibility information, application requirements, and the grant application forms. It can be helpful to read through this form before you apply online, as it will show you all of the information needed to submit your application.
  • Budget Worksheet (Excel)– This Excel file is required to apply. You can upload the completed Budget Worksheet at the end of your online application, or you can send it via e-mail, mail, or fax.
  • Most current financial statement– Acceptable documents include: board financials, annual budget, audit report, income year-to-date, or most recent monthly statements
  • Proof of tax status– W9 and/or IRS Determination Letter

Helpful Information

We will make reasonable accommodations to all qualified applicants with disabilities. If you are an individual with a disability who needs assistance or cannot access the online grant application, please contact Sarah Brown at sbrown@mofas.org or call 651-917-2370. Please indicate what assistance you need.

  • Save & Continue Later: The online application allows you to save your work and come back to it later to finish. If you choose this option, please save the unique hyperlink it provides for you. MOFAS does not have access to retrieve the link or any unsaved work. It is recommended that you enter your email address to send the link directly to your email. The link will expire after 30 days.
  • Past Grantee Highlights (PDF): This document features highly successful past grantee events and can serve as inspiration when planning your own MOFAS Prevention Event.
  • FAQs (PDF): Here you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions about the MOFAS College Ambassador Program. If you have other questions, please contact Sarah Brown at sbrown@mofas.org or 651-917-2370.

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