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AMSSM GLOBAL HUMANITARIAN SERVICE PROJECT GRANT

The AMSSM and AMSSM Foundation, through a generous donation from the NBA, are pleased to offer a new Annual Global Humanitarian Grant to its members. A $5,000 grant will be awarded to a project that will provide sports medicine services or a sports medicine project conducted in an underserved country. The funds must be spent solely on the project, necessary supplies and in the community of the country the project is conducted. Members who apply and are awarded the grant are expected to cover their own travel expenses and the grant cannot be used to assist with travel. A minimum of two AMSSM members must be involved with the project.

Applications for the grant will be accepted starting 9/21/2017 with a final deadline of 11/03/2017 to receive the grants. A committee will review all proposals and the grant will be awarded by November 30, 2017. Project must be completed by the end of 2018.

Further questions applicants may have regarding the project can be sent to Jody Gold.

The link is available in the members only section of the AMSSM website. You must be logged in to submit your grant request. Member Only Links

AMSSM LOCAL HUMANITARIAN SERVICE PROJECT GRANT

The AMSSM and AMSSM Foundation are pleased to announce the continuation of the Local Humanitarian Service Project grant program, which allows AMSSM members to apply for funding to conduct service projects in their communities.

Since it began in 2016, a total of ten $2,000 grants have been awarded for projects completed around the country through the generous support of AMSSM, the AMSSM Foundation and the Halpern Family Fund. We will once again offer five $2,000 grants for AMSSM members to conduct a one-day project relevant to the field of sports medicine, reaching out to underserved members of their local communities. In order to also encourage making these projects endure, previous winners are also eligible to apply for the grant funding.

Interested AMSSM members are asked to fill out a grant application to request funding for their projects. In 2017, funded projects included a tai chi/yoga event with the adaptive community; an MSK screening clinic at a homeless shelter; CPR training for public school coaches, teaching injury recognition and management; encouraging positive female role models for sports participation and reinforcing nutrition habits; and PPE clinic and lecture to increase health literacy.

Creativity and originality are encouraged by members in developing their projects, but the goal of giving back to our local communities should be at the forefront of any project to be considered. We encourage as many local AMSSM members to be involved as possible. Projects are expected to be completed in the summer of 2018.

Grant proposals are reviewed based on several criteria including originality, meeting the goals of helping underserved individuals, the inclusion of AMSSM members, how well the project reflects AMSSM goals, project feasibility, and having a complete and appropriate budget for the event.

Applications for the grant are available online now with the deadline for submission of March 16, 2018. Winners of the grants will be notified prior to the 2018 Annual Meeting in Orlando, and a formal announcement will be made during the Annual Meeting.

Further questions applicants may have regarding the project can be sent to Jody Gold.

The link is available in the members only section of the AMSSM website. You must be logged in to submit your grant request. Member Only Links

IMPACTING LIVES: Why We Give Back

What is the Impacting Lives initiative?

It is an AMSSM Foundation initiative designed to share the many ways AMSSM has enhanced members' lives, both professionally and personally. Through that impact, we hope to inspire you to consider giving back to the organization that strives to be your go-to resource for up-and-coming sports medicine research, education and programming. How has AMSSM impacted your life? Share your story! Email your story (quote) and a corresponding photo to Andy Meyer, Communications Manager.

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