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The Marine Board's "Let's Go Boating" Assistance Program

Award Amounts Available from $500 - $2,500!

 
Eligible Applicants:
Non-profit organizations or corporations with proof of 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) IRS tax filing status.
To Apply:
  • Submit a separate application for each proposal.
  • Applications should be submitted by the organization(s) contact person for the program or project proposal.
  • Please review the 2013-2014 Grant Manual for more details about the application process.
  • Please review the application carefully and answer all of the questions completely.  Points are awarded based on each answer.
  • Application deadline is April 4, 2011.  Late submissions will be rejected.
  • Submit applications to:
Oregon State Marine Board
MariAnn McKenzie -  Education Coordinator
P.O. Box 14760
Salem, OR 97309
 
For questions, please contact MariAnn McKenzie (503) 378-5158.


Application Process:

Attention Applicants Letter  
 
2013-2014 Grant Manual (pdf)   
2013-2014 Grant Manual (word)  
 
B1- Application Checklist (pdf) 
B1- Application Checklist (word)
 
B2- Project Application (pdf)   
B2-Project Application (word)
 
 

 
Project Forms
 
B4-Request to Amend Contract (pdf)
B4-Request to Amend Contract (word) 
 
B5-Quarterly Progress Report (pdf) 
B5-Quarterly Progress Report (word) 
 

 
Close-out Forms
 
B6-Reimbursement Request (pdf) 
B6-Reimbursement Request (word) 
 
B7-Year-End Project Closure Report (pdf) 
B7- Year-End Project Closure Report (word)
 
B8-Project Expenditure Record (pdf) 
B8-Project Expenditure Record (word)
 
B9-Equipment Inventory (pdf) 
B9-Equipment Inventory (word)
 

Completed Projects -Wallace Marine Park & Mongold Boat Launch PFD Stations
Wallace Marine Park and Mongold Boat Launch PFD Loaner Stations
The Willamette Safekids Coalition received assistance from the Marine Board to build two life jacket loaner stations at Wallace Marine Park in Salem, and Mongold Boat Launch on Detroit Lake.  The Wallace Marine station was dedicated on June 24, 2008.  The Boy Scouts of America partnered with Safekids and the Salem Hospital and constructed the kiosks.  The Marine Board designed the sign and provided the life jackets as part of the project. 
 
Pictured: Facilities Engineer, Stuart Jantze and Education Coordinator, MariAnn McKenzie standing next to the new Life Jacket Loaner Kiosk at Wallace Marine Park in Salem.
Wallace Marine Park PFD Loaner Kiosk