Community-driven Healthy Living Projects
Through its Community-driven Healthy Living Projects RFP, the Health Department seeks three community-based groups that will implement projects to make it easier for residents to eat healthfully, be physically active, and/or live tobacco-free. The Health Department will fund organizations between April 2014 and June 2015 to fulfill three functions: 1) implement community defined projects; 2) assist the Health Department with its existing Healthy Living Initiatives, and 3) adopt or improve healthy policies and practices within their own organizations to create healthier environments for employees and clients. See the proposal for more information. The application is due by 4:00 p.m. Monday, March 10, 2014.
Frequently asked questions to the RFP are posted here and will be updated on Fridays through March 7.
Lead Hazard Reduction Grant
The Minneapolis Health Department currently is accepting grant applications to help fix lead hazards in the homes built before 1978. The grant is available to owner occupied and rental properties. The tenants must income qualify and a child under the age of 6 must be present. The grant flyer outlines income qualifications and other details about the grant.
Alex Vollmer, Grant Manager
250 South 4th Street Room 414
Minneapolis MN 55415
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Last updated Feb. 20, 2014