These grants are meant to help defray some of the costs related to professional cleaning/sanitizing of municipal office environments when a positive exposure of COVID-19 has occurred. Members of the Workers' Compensation and Property & Casualty Trusts are eligible to apply for up to $2,500. Grants will be provided to eligible applicants on a first-come, first-serve basis. Cleaning products and PPE are not covered; read the full 2020 Grant Guidelines.
Click here to access the application.
Participants of the Workers' Compensation and Property & Casualty programs are eligible to participate in this grant program whereby the League will help pay the cost of resources intended to reduce injuries and liability claims. Members should work with their Risk Control Consultant prior to submitting the grant application. Click here to go to the application. Read the 2019 Grant Guidelines
Please contact our Director
of Risk Control Tom Anderson at (704) 517-8496.
Or any of our risk control staff if you have any questions.
Western: Amy Whisnant: 828-231-0276
Central/North: Tony DeLuca: 919-830-6999
Central/South: Darius Chisholm: 704-491-9493
Eastern: Matt Reid: 919-404-1857
To view our Risk Management Field Consulting map, click here.
Soft-Body Armor Grants
Participants of the Workers' Compensation program are eligible to participate in this grant program whereby the League will help pay the cost of providing body armor for police officers. The workers compensation program will pay 50% of the cost, up to $250 for qualified purchases. League members may
apply for a Soft-Body Armor grant online.
Please contact our Public Safety Risk Management Consultant Matthew Selves at (704) 902-2692 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Wellness Grants
The Health Benefit Trust under the direction of the RMS Board sets aside funding for Wellness Grants each fiscal year. Groups that participate in our medical program are eligible to apply for these dollars to assist them with health fairs, wellness programs, educational classes, fitness activities, fitness equipment, nutritional programs, etc. for their employees. Groups can apply per event without having to plan their entire year of activities and are allowed more than one event per fiscal year. 2019-2020 MIT Wellness Grant Program Guidelines.pdf. Members may
apply for a Wellness grant online.
The Health Benefits Trust provides funding to support participants in the development or enhancement of worksite and Employee Assistance Programs. An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides FREE, confidential, short-term counseling to troubled employees and their family members experiencing personal difficulties. Funding is limited and is available on a first-respond, first-approved basis. Payment is based on the number of fulltime employees covered by the Health Benefits Trust. HBT members may apply for an EAP grant online.