Attendance Support Applications
Attendance support applications will remain open until funds are exhausted.
There are limited funds remaining following the first round of reviews. Remaining eligible applicants include: Tribal, Indigenous, and Pueblo staff and leadership (Federally recognized Tribes only)
We apologize if you do not fall within this group. This page will be updated as additional attendance support opportunities become available.
The following expenses are eligible for attendance support reimbursement: transportation, limited meals, lodging at the event hotel, and a single registration fee to attend the Forum. The maximum available support per person is $1,750. We encourage participants to only request what is needed. Should you be accepted for attendance support, your final reimbursement amount can not exceed the initial amount requested. There are no exceptions.
Recipients will not be reimbursed until after the Forum and will only be reimbursed for the value of documented expenses incurred. Recipients must submit detailed receipts no later than November 30, 2022 in order to be reimbursed.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Additional Support Opportunities
The opportunities listed below are not coordinated through the National Adaptation Forum, but may provide attendees with the ability to receive additional funding to attend the event.
The American Society of Adaptation Professionals (ASAP) Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Fund is available to ASAP Members that self-identify as Black, Indigenous, Persons of Color, or having limited financial resources to support Forum attendance. Members can request up to $300 per year. Learn more about the JEDI Fund here.