Funding Opportunities for Healthy Eating and Active Living Projects

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Looking for funding for your Healthy Eating or Active Living Project? Check out the opportunities below and visit the LiveWell Colorado Funding Opportunities Web Page for more information on these exciting opportunities. Please email katie@lcbag.org if you plan to apply for any of these so we can keep track of local applications!

Deadline Funding Opportunity Topic Amount
July 14, 2015 USDA Socially-Disadvantaged Groups Grant Technical assistance to socially-disadvantaged groups through cooperatives and Cooperative Development Centers $175,000
July 17, 2015 Walmart Foundation’s State Giving Program Hunger and nutrition; career opportunity; education; health care access; and human services Varies
July 27, 2015 USDA Rural Cooperative Development Grants Help rural cooperatives develop new markets for their products and services Up to $200,000
July 31, 2015 Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Boost Grab & Go Breakfast Innovation Pilot Grant program Expand any school program that directly benefits your students Up to $1,000
August 1, 2015 Open Your Heart’s Community Event Sponsorship Grants Raising awareness of hunger and homeless issues Up to $5,000
August 28, 2015 Share Our Strength’s Supper in the Classroom Pilot Testing a “supper in the classroom” model of providing afterschool meals Up to $5,000
September 18, 2015 Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Innovation Lab At-Risk Afterschool Meals Programs $1,500 – $2,000
September 21, 2015 National Endowment of the Arts’ Our Town grant program Projects that integrate art with land-use, transportation, economic development, education, etc. $25,000 – $200,000
Rolling Cigna World of Difference Grants Projects aimed at eliminating health disparities and supporting Health Equity ~$100,000
Rolling Wish You Well Literacy Foundation Implementation and expansion of new and existing literacy and educational programs $200 – $10,000
Rolling Dorthea Haus Ross Foundation Programs that enable entrepreneurs to build sustainable economic communities for their children and families $25,000 – $50,000 

 

Global Green is now accepting applications for no-cost technical assistance that can help communities become greener, more equitable, and have more vibrant neighborhoods. Eligible applicants are local and tribal governments. Deadline is July 17.

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