Support for Schools
Project ADAM provides $600 training grants and other funding ideas to support you in implementing your program. Complete and submit an application to get started. Training Grant Application (PDF)
- Wisconsin Masonic Foundation partnership
Project ADAM has partnered with the Wisconsin Masonic Foundation to help connect schools with local Masonic lodges. The Masonic Medical Fund offers a dollar-for-dollar matching program to help purchase AEDs for Wisconsin schools. For more information contact the Masonic Medical Foundation at (800) 242-2307.
- Recycle to raise funds
Project ADAM has partnered with Print Cartridge Recycle to create two new programs to raise funding for and awareness of Public Access Defibrillation programs in schools. By simply collecting used print cartridges and cell phones you can quickly earn money to purchase AEDs or support Project ADAM operations. Learn more about recycling to raise funds (PDF).
Funding ideas for your AED program
Schools seeking money for automated external defibrillator equipment and training may want to consider the following funding opportunities:
- Project ADAM provides $600 training grants to both public and private schools. You can download a training grant application. Grants are available on a first come, first served basis.
- Project ADAM has a long-standing relationship with the Wisconsin Masonic Foundation. Wisconsin schools that partner with a local Masonic lodge may be eligible for up to $950 in matching funds. To find your local Masonic lodge call (800) 242-2307 for information.
- Civic organizations, such as the Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary, help other schools with similar programs. Contact your local chapter.
- Contact local corporations and foundations or hold traditional fund-raisers. Go to www.fdncenter.org for tips on finding foundations in your area. Wisconsin schools may want to consult Foundations in Wisconsin: A Directory available at many public libraries and for sale by Marquette University's Funding Information Center.