Iowans with Disabilities in Action

Ready to Run Iowa: Campaign Training for Women

ID Action will provide grants fund up to $50 to help offset the costs of participating in the Ready to Run Iowa: Campaign Training for Women workshops.  Grants will be provided to Iowans with disabilities or family members as reimbursements for actual expenses including transportation or workshop registration fees. If you are interested in applying for a grant, please complete the form below. To find out more information about the workshop visit the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics website.  If you have any additional questions, here is a link to the frequently asked questions

As an ID Action grant recipient, you will need to: 

• Participate in one of the Ready to Run Iowa: Campaign Training for Women workshops
• Provide a written recap of your experience and what actions you plan to take after taking the workshop. The written recap is due within two weeks after the workshop and must include receipts for reimbursement. 

Fields Marked with a * are required
* First Name
* Lane Name
Email
* Phone
* Home Address (Street, City , State & Zip)
* What workshops are you interested in attending and why?
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