Go Human Mini-Grants are Returning!

Help us shape the 2022 program!


We’re looking for your feedback!  

This month, SCAG’s Go Human program is preparing to kick off a new round of Mini-Grant funding to support community-led projects that help people move safely in their neighborhoods. Mini-Grants provide up to $10,000 in funding for awardees to carry out safety and engagement strategies.

We want to make sure the program is as accessible as possible for applicants, so we’re soliciting community input on the Draft Program Guidelines. We invite stakeholders to review the Draft Program Guidelines and provide feedback through our online survey, available in English and Spanish.

Please submit feedback by February 17, 2022. 

Since the Mini-Grants program began in 2018, Go Human has provided over $525,000 directly to community-based organizations and non-profits to identify and lead their own projects — safety messaging campaigns, temporary demonstrations of safety infrastructure, resource distribution, artistic activations, and efforts to gather feedback from communities, among other creative ideas. Awardees have also used funding to help respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Take The Survey

Learn more about last year’s Mini-Grants program by exploring the Mini-Grants Stories written by awardees and watching the 2021 Mini-Grants Video Snapshot

Funding for the Mini-Grants program is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.