The goal of NAP Educational Foundation (NAPEF) grants is to support the use of parliamentary procedure in promoting effective, fair, and democratic decision-making.
NAPEF funds projects that will enhance and increase parliamentary education for both non-parliamentary and parliamentary organizations/individuals by making opportunities available for production of professional parliamentary materials, services, and events.
Examples of the types of initiatives that may be funded by NAPEF grants include:
NAPEF grants are available to NAP committees and districts (after approval by the NAP board), as well as NAP associations and units. Other groups involved in parliamentary procedure education may also apply.
GRANTS AWARDED 2020 - 2021
NAPEF SCHOLARSHIP (formerly YOUNG PROFESSIONALS DUES SCHOLARSHIP)
The NAPEF Scholarship (formerly the Young Professional Dues Scholarship) is an award to support NAP members between the ages of 24 and 40. The scholarship funds NAP and Association dues for one year; tuition for a course with NAP University; or fees for parliamentary courses resulting in awarding of RP or PRP credentials or renewal of PRP credentials. Deadline is November 1 of each year.
The Alice Ragona Memorial Dues Scholarship is an award to support NAP members 23 years of age or less who have been actively involved in studying and promoting parliamentary procedure. The scholarship funds NAP and Association dues for one year or reimburses cost for successful completion of the NAP membership exam. Deadline is November 1 of each year.
The Viola F. Brannen Scholarship is an award given to NAP Members to attend in person the National Training Conference (NTC) or the NAP Biennial Convention. This scholarship is for registration fees only. Applications are accepted until August 1 of each year.