The AADA's State Advocacy Grant Program provides financial assistance to state dermatology societies for the advancement of their health policy initiatives, including state lobbying expenses. For information about how to apply and grant requirements, see the menu below.
Grants are allocated on an annual basis. Completed applications are reviewed by the AADA State Policy Committee and are approved by the AADA Council on Government Affairs, Health Policy and Practice (GAHPP Council). Learn more about the criteria used to review the applications.
The State Advocacy Grant application opened on June 30, 2016 and closes on September 30, 2016. Get your application in now! Note:
State advocacy grants are not guaranteed sources of funding and successful grants are not intended to be an ongoing source of funding for state society advocacy efforts.