COLUMBUS – State Representative Kyle Koehler (R-Springfield) today announced Developmental Disabilities of Clark County, in collaboration with Quest Inc., is offering a grant opportunity for youth and young adults between 14-26 years of age with developmental disabilities, residing in Clark County.
“The exceptional work of Developmental Disabilities of Clark County, Quest Inc., and its partners does not go unnoticed to our community,” said Koehler. “These grants empower the hardworking people of Clark County to reach their fullest potential.”
Consideration for awards will be given to proposals that address the needs of individuals in Integration, Education or Pre-Employment including:
- Tuition assistance for technical training and/or to fund artistic creativity programs;
- Recreational and social clubs/organizations to assist individuals with community integration;
- Computers, software, cameras, projection and recording equipment, art supplies, etc., which encourage and make possible new learning and work-related experiences.
“I applaud these organizations for the commitment to and investment in Ohio’s 79th District, and look forward to seeing the wonderful achievements that will come from this program,” said Koehler.
Individuals must receive services from Developmental Disabilities of Clark County for consideration. Grant awards will be up to $1,000 maximum per applicant. Requests must be submitted by email starting August 16, and lasting through September 17, 2021. For more information or to access the grant application, please visit: https://bit.ly/3j75Z69.