Anti-racism Grant Award

Deadline: May 25
Sponsor: Division 54


A total of $30,000 in grant monies are available for projects focused broadly on pediatric psychology and anti-racism. These projects may be focused on service, clinical activities, activism, training or research. Proposals may request between $500 - $30,000 to support a one-year project. The variety of projects that can be submitted is broad and can range from an in-service training to a formal research project. This is an innovative mechanism – we want projects that think outside the box and lead to sustainable change within the field. The goal is to fund projects that intersect pediatric psychology and anti-racism.

Projects can address ethnicity, race, age, disability, religion/spirituality, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, national origin, language, and gender. Grant writers are encouraged to consider intersecting identities in the creation of proposals.

How to Apply
Past Recipients