USAA – Ann Hoyt / Jim Easton JOAD Grant Application

Ann Hoyt/Jim Easton JOAD Grant

The Ann Hoyt/Jim Easton JOAD Grant is made possible by archery legend, Ann Hoyt and current supporter of youth archery, Jim Easton.  Through contributions from the Ann Hoyt Legacy Fund, the Easton Sports Development Foundation, and the Archery Trade Association, JOAD clubs can request funds for items such as target butts, stands, archery equipment, general supplies, and coaching certifications.

The grant is administered by USA Archery for specific purposes.  This grant is not a loan. Grantees (USAA JOAD Clubs) are required to plan programs, submit grant proposals, respond to inquiries, keep scrupulous records of finances and program participants, and produce written reports to the grantor (USAA) on finances, program goals, and accomplishments.

Club Requirements

Click here for Grant Application Rules.  Grant requests should not exceed $2,000. Applicants do not need to be a qualified 501(c) 3 organization in order to receive funding; however, the club must have its own unique entity established and an Employee ID Tax Number assigned by the IRS (separate from any other for-profit business).         Click here for blank W-9 form

Grant Application Deadlines

Requests may be submitted at any time. USA Archery will review grants three times per year. Applications must be submitted for review by April 1st  and September 1st.  Applications submitted after these deadlines will not be considered until the following grant period.  Applications submitted after September 1st will be discarded and must be re-submitted the following year.  Applications submitted via mail must be received by the specified deadline date to be considered for that grant period.

Grant Submission

Click here for the JOAD Grant Application.

Grant proposals must be submitted via e-mail to clubs@usarchery.org.

For further information, please contact clubs@usarchery.org