New and Innovative Projects Wanted!
many boating safety campaigns share important recurring messages—like
wear a life jacket—applicants are encouraged to address issues specific
to their area, such as weather & current patterns or navigational
hazards. Past outreach methods have included, printed materials,
advertising campaigns, and public service announcements. Remember,
projects must be for the public good. Preference is given to
applications for pilot programs and new ideas!
Applicants are encouraged to download an application and “Apply
Online”. Snail mail is also accepted.
(i.e. boat or yacht clubs, USCGA, USPS, and water safety councils) can
download the application and guidelines by clicking the
button to the left. These applications must
be completed, postmarked and/or e-mailed to the BoatU.S. Foundation by
November 1, 2005.
please read first:
When you download the application, be sure to save it to the hard drive on your computer before
you begin to edit it. When you save the file, you may name it whatever you wish.
The file is in Microsoft Word 2002 format. If your computer does not have
this program, please contact the web administrator.
In your e-mail, please specify what program you have.
Download the Application in Adobe PDF format. Click on the
icon to download a free copy of the Adobe Acrobat Reader. (You
will need this to download the file, if your computer does not
have a copy)
- Click on the
button above to download the application to your computer.
- When the file
appears on your screen, select from the command bar at the top
of the screen, "File" and "Save As."
- Select "My
Documents" as the folder to which you will save the file. You
may rename the file if you wish.
- Press the
"Save" button on the screen.
- Open your "My
Documents" folder and double click on the file you just saved.
You will now be able to edit the application.
downloading the file? Contact the Website Administrator
All applications will be simultaneously
reviewed by the BoatU.S. Foundation’s Grant Committee and funding
selections will be made in January 2006. Please email any questions
about this program to the
(703) 461-2878 ext. 8356.