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OCJS Grants Motorcycle Ohio Grant

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Motorcycle Ohio Grant

Funding to hold motorcycle training in the state of Ohio. Section 4508.08 of the Ohio Revised Code, requires that a motorcycle safety and education program be established within the Ohio Department of Public Safety. In order to be eligible for grant funding, a grantee can be a new or existing motorcycle training and education grantee, operated by either a public or non-profit organization (government entity) whose principal mission is to provide services to the general public. Motorcycle Ohio (MO) will evaluate each grant proposal to determine its funding eligible based on meeting the submission deadline; meet the minimum proposal requirements, and be willing to change any submission fee to meet budget restraints. MO will award grants based on the amount of funding available to MO; the total number of proposals submitted to MO; and past performance of grantee applications. The Motorcycle Ohio program will continue to be a grant administered program, reimbursing government or not-for-profit agencies wishing to provide the motorcycle training courses and community education for safe riding.

Eligibility

In order to be eligible for grant funding, a grantee can be a new or existing motorcycle training and education grantee, operated by either a public or non-profit organization, whose principal mission is to provide services to the general public.

MO will evaluate each grant proposal to determine its funding eligible based on the following criteria: