Funding Opportunities- July 24, 2015

Upcoming Funding Opportunity – Rural Child Poverty Nutrition Center
The Rural Child Poverty Nutrition Center (RCPNC) at the University of Kentucky is pleased to provide notice about its upcoming Request for Applications (RFA) for a grant project. Projects funded through this grant program will use creative strategies to increase coordination among United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) Child Nutrition programs and other nutrition assistance programs.

RCPNC is sending this advance notice so that its pre-announcement can be circulated to organizations that are eligible and interested in applying for the grants. Please assist us by forwarding this message to county-level organizations (e.g., cooperative extension offices, school food supervisors, county-level WIC administrators, local health departments, etc.) within your network. By providing this notice, we are also giving potential applicants more time to approach new or existing partners about collaborating on a project and applying for a grant.  Additional information about the grants and the RFA is available in the Notification of Funding Opportunity document attached
Watch for additional information and the official RFA at our website:  www.rcpnc.org.

Deadline Extension for Tobacco-Free Community College Grants: August 21st at 5pm EST
It is not too late to kick start your tobacco-free campus initiative!
Legacy, a national public health organization dedicated to reducing tobacco use, recently announced awards to 38 community colleges through the Smoke-Free and Tobacco-Free Community College Grant Initiative. We are pleased to let you know that grants of up to $5,000/year are still available to public community colleges across the country to support your efforts to advocate for, adopt, and implement a 100% smoke-free or 100% tobacco-free policy. If you did not get a chance to apply, now is the time.

The deadline for applications has been extended to August 21, 2015 at 5:00pm Eastern Time.

  • Initial grants are for one year.
  • Upon invitation, awardees may apply for an additional year of funding at $5,000.
  • Awardees will receive technical assistance from Legacy throughout the grant period.

For more information including the grant guidelines, frequently asked questions, and a link to the online application, please visit our website at www.legacyforhealth.org/CCIgrant.
Please direct any questions to communitycollege@legacyforhealth.org or call 202-454-5555.

NACDD Now Accepting Applications for Epidemiology Mentoring Program
Applications are now being accepted for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors 2015-2016 National Mentorship Program in Applied Chronic Disease Epidemiology Cohort

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