Is a 10-year, $1 billion program of The California Endowment. 14 communities across the state are taking action to make where they live healthier. They’re doing this by improving employment opportunities, education, housing, neighborhood safety, unhealthy environmental conditions, access to healthy foods and more.
As part of the program, Target stores award Field Trip Grants to K-12 schools nationwide. Each grant is valued up to $700.
The Legacy Grants will be awarded to qualifying organizations in need of improvements and/or renovations to existing buildings, grounds, and property or for new facilities and/or grounds. ($10,000-75,000 awards)
One of the biggest challenges many communities face in their efforts to prioritize play is fundraising. That's why KaBOOM! offers grant opportunities to help communities take bold steps towards beginning or completing playspace projects.
It's almost that easy when you take advantage of Lowe's Toolbox for Education grant program. Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation (LCEF) knows how hard you work for your kids and your community and we're dedicated to helping your parent-teacher group achieve even more for your school.
The Obesity Society is pleased to announce two Early-Career Research Grants for up to $25,000 each will be funded for the 2014 grant period. The program targets junior-level investigators and postdoctoral trainees by funding proposals that demonstrate a high likelihood of resulting in new and innovative approaches in obesity research.
Grants support soccer programs and field-building initiatives in the U.S. that keep children in underserved communities active, healthy and safe.
Funding opportunity available through its Strategic Campaign Fund.
Agriculture Under Secretary Kevin Concannon today announced the release of nearly $60 million in Fiscal Year 2014 funds to WIC agencies in states, territories, and Indian tribal organizations (ITO) in support of breastfeeding peer counselor programs in USDA’s Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).
Program Equipment and Program Operating Expenses
Safe Places to Play program provides grants to organizations to help them build or enhance a field space in their communities
KEEN Footwear: KEEN Effect
Deadline: Aug. 1, 2015
The KEEN Effect, an initiative of KEEN Footwear, provides support to nonprofit organizations who are dedicated to responsible outdoor participation in order to help preserve the places we all play.
Through the Mazda Foundation, Mazda and its employees are working together to proactively help our neighbors - and the communities where we live and work - to build a better, brighter future.
Through our partners Kellogg Company, Kellogg Company
Fund, and the Walmart Foundation, Action for Healthy Kids announces School Breakfast Grants
for the 2015-2016 school year. Eligible schools may apply to pilot or expand their School
Breakfast Programs, including alternative breakfast, or pilot universal school breakfast. Grants
ranging from $1,000 to $2,500 are available.
State Farm Youth Advisory Board National Grant Program funds student-led, service-learning projects in multiple areas, including health and wellness issues. Non-profit, Public K-12, and higher education institutions are eligible to apply. Grants from $25,000 to $100,000.
Ezra Jack Keats Foundation Mini grant awards $500 to public schools and libraries that foster creative expression, working together and interaction with a diverse community.
AASA has funding from the Walmart Foundation to support alternative school breakfast serving methods, including breakfast in the classroom and grab’n’go.
Mantis has provided the Mantis Awards to charitable and educational garden projects that enhance the quality of life in their host communities
The Smart from the Start Awards are designed to encourage preschool teachers to create practical, long-term improvements in nutrition and physical activity at their preschool.
Apply for our Toolbox for Education Grant now and build on your already impressive parent group success with Lowe's.
ScottsMiracle-Gro® is supporting the creation of more than 1,000 community gardens and green spaces. Requires voting to win.
$1 Million Champions for Healthy Kids grants available to nonprofit organizations for programs operating June 1, 2015-May 31, 2016.
The BUILD Health Challenge is a national award program designed to support community collaborations that are working to give everyone a fair chance to be healthy. Specifically, the BUILD Health Challenge will give two kinds of awards – planning and implementation awards
The Walmart Foundation supports programs and initiatives addressing hunger relief and healthy eating. Nonprofit organizations, K-12 schools, church or faith based organizations, and government entities are eligible to apply.
Since 1982, National Gardening Association has provided the Youth Garden Grant to over 5,000 schools, nonprofits, and youth programs across the United States. To be eligible for the 2015 Youth Garden Grant, your school or organization must plan to garden in 2014 with at least 15 children between the ages of 3 and 18.
The purpose of this grant is to incorporate middle school classroom materials or lessons that actively engage students in tasks and experiences to deepen and connect their content knowledge. For 2015-2016, grants with a maximum of $3,000 each will be awarded to persons currently teaching mathematics in grades 6–8.
Action for Healthy Kids is pleased to release its School Grants for Healthy Kids opportunities for the 2014-2015 school year. Around 1,000 schools will be awarded funds ranging from $500 to $5,000 to support school breakfast and physical activity programs.
Advocacy Advance will award $30,000 total—3 grants of $10,000 each—to organizations that are pushing forward on some of the most important areas of bicycling and walking advocacy.
Kids In Need Teacher Grants provide preK-12 educators with funding to provide innovative learning opportunities for students.
Grants are intended to: Provide hands-on environmental stewardship opportunities for youth;
Serve as a catalyst to getting environment-based education in schools;
Inspire youth and communities to participate in community service through environmental stewardship.
Green Education Foundation and Gardener’s Supply Company are calling on schools and youth groups to submit chronicles of their garden projects in a race to win a $500 prize. The award is designed to support the continued sustainability of an exceptional youth garden.
Target Field Trip Grants Deadline: Sept. 30, 2014
The purpose of the Target field trip grant program is to fund learning opportunities outside the classroom.
The prize is awarded annually to honor outstanding community efforts and partnerships to communities working to build a Culture of Health. Up to 10 winning communities will each receive a $25,000 cash prize.
Identifies mechanisms of influence and/or promotes positive sustainable health behaviors in children and youth. Awards of up to $50,000 a year for two years will be available.
Grants being offered for school breakfast program pilot and/or expansion to include alternative breakfast programs
The YEF Institute invites cities to apply for grant awards of up to $50,000 to build the capacity of municipalities to raise awareness of and increase participation in the federal Afterschool and Summer Meal Programs through the Cities Combatting Hunger through Afterschool and Summer Meals (CHAMPs) Initiative.
GlaxoSmithKline and the Philadelphia Foundation have issued a call for applications for a $5 million, three year grant opportunity. "The GSK IMPACT grant will support a network of nonprofit organizations working together to help disadvantaged youth live healthier lives and contribute to a healthier community.
The State Farm® Student Achievement Program supports teachers as they work with students to study and take action around a community issue and create learning through service.
Annie's offers Grants for Gardens donations to schools and other educational programs that help build school gardens. Since 2008, we've helped fund to more than 270 gardens, because we believe that gardens help connect kids to real food.
The awards program will provide sixty (60) grants of $3,500 to elementary and middle schools nationwide who wish to establish a school-based running program or expand an existing one.
Around 1,000 schools will be awarded funds ranging from $500 to $5,000 to support school breakfast and physical activity programs. Funded schools will also receive expertise and people power to help implement a successful project that leads to sustainable change.
A collaboration of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and The Pew Charitable Trusts, has announced a call for proposals to fund fund health impact assessments (HIA) and the establishment of sustainable, self-supporting HIA programs to more routinely integrate health into public policy decision-making."