OHIO Women supports the SCORE grants program and we are pleased to announce the availability of funds through the Community Service Leadership Council. The SCORE grants are designed to assist student organizations with the costs of implementing volunteer service projects. SCORE stands for Student, Community, Outreach, Resource, Endowment.
The CSLC is accepting SCORE grant applications for the 2014-15 year.
For more information please contact Claire Hall, CSLC President and VP for SCORE Grants at:
End Slavery Movement
Received a $500.00 to help put on End Slavery Week. ESM works to end modern-day slavery and actively takes a role in the Athens Community.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Receive a $500.00 to rent the Roller Bowl to host a fundraiser for The Gathering Place
Theta Chi Fraternity
Received a $500.00 grant to host G.I. Theta Chi, a team based challenge raising funds for The Wounded Warrior Project to aid US Veterans.
Ohio University Student Dietetic and Nutrition Organization
Received $400.00 to fix a healthy dinner for 80-100 community members at Good Works Friday Night Life.
Past Recipients of SCORE Grants
Student Council for Exceptional Children
Received $185.94 for a spaghetti dinner to raise funds for the purchase of ipads for students at Beacon School, who struggle with significant communication needs. Over 40 students participated and enough funds were raised to purchase two ipads
Received $498.00 purchase a digital camera, printer and printing supplies to use for their projects. Each project, about four members of Creative Expressions work with four to five children, using a more hands on learning approach with acting out prepositions, nouns, verbs and recording it with a picture that the students can then have a visual of.
Received $500.00 for the marketing the Spring Semester multimedia project. Project is available online at www.clickingcreateschange.com
Students for Organ Donation
Received $335.00 to present a free showing of Seven Pounds starring Will Smith. A reception followed with information about organ donation and area organ donors and recipients shared their experiences.
Student National Medical Association
Received $444.28 To implement the CASE program, will be implemented where health/sexuality programs have been cut in the Hocking Valley Community Residential Center.
Aviation Management Society
Received $500.00 to work with local Health Recovery Services, sponsoring flights for five adolescents who have remained drug free and met all of the recovery program requirements for at least one year.
Sport Administration and Facility Management
Received $500.00 going towards a new obstacle for the Race for a Reason ROCKY Military Mud Run (5K).
Received $500.00 to collaborate with students enrolled in UC 2900: Understanding Service Learning through Critical Thought. The class initiated a research method to provide a more holistic and comprehensive approach to understanding and improving food drives at the local Athens and Ohio University (OHIO) campus levels. Funds were spent on marketing for the food drive, remaining monies were used to purchase foods for a designated night at UCM where students from UC 2900 and the student group