The RPM Foundation is pleased to announce the “RPM Foundation Grant Program” for the next generation of automotive and marine restoration and preservation craftsmen and artisans. This grant is eligible for U.S. students to enable their minds and give them a chance to put their ideas in action.
The program will help the sharp-minded students to improve their knowledge skills in the field of cars, motorcycles, and boats through formal training and mentorship. The beneficiary will get to support their further quality studies related expenses.
The RPM Foundation is established in Chicago with an office in Tacoma, Washington. It has Ambassadors in 11 states and abroad. The foundation supports restoration and preservation training programs to the next generation of automotive, motorcycle, and marine artisans.
Who May Be Eligible?
To be eligible for this grant, participants should meet up with all the following criteria:
- Must be United States citizens
- The RPM Foundation is particularly interested in supporting programs that are concentrated on high school and college-age students.
- All educational institutions and non-profit organizations are eligible to apply.
- The RPM Foundation does not award grants to individuals.
- Inquire with the educational institutions or organizations you are interested in.
How to Apply
To apply, the applicants can download the application form through the given link and send the complete application by email to Administrative Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a hard copy to RPM Foundation Attn: Administrative Coordinator 2702 East D Street Tacoma, WA 98421
- All students must submit a brief statement (up to two pages) of your award request in letter format.
- A copy of your organization’s 501(c)3 status letter from the IRS
- A list of other funding sources for this request – pending and received
- A list of your organization’s governing board
- Supporting documentation do not exceed five pages
The RPM Foundation will provide an average first-time grant award of $10,000 for the students to utilized vintage cars, motorcycles, and boats, as well as providing them with a pathway to careers in such fields.
All applications must be received by the declared deadline of December 4, 2020.