Become a volunteer to improve the health and safety of your community.
The MRC is making up to $50 million available to states, territories, tribes, public/private partnerships, and other public entities to expand the work of the network. Jurisdictions can use MRC-STTRONG grant funding to expand, sustain, and improve the MRC network, with a particular focus on health emergency preparedness, response, and health equity needs. The grants are competitive, and the MRC national office anticipates being able to fund up to 70 projects through MRC-STTRONG. To learn more and apply, check out the announcement on Grants.gov. Applications due April 30, 2023.
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of more than 300,000 volunteers, organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities. MRC volunteers step up to keep their family, friends, and neighbors safe and healthy.
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3 million+COVID-19 Response Hours
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