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Communities Putting Prevention to Work

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Dollars Awarded


Project Status

Fully completed

Project Description

The City is a subrecipient, along with Olmsted County, of a project funded through the Minnesota Department of Health. Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) is an obesity, physical activity and nutrition project. Funds will be used to plan, implement, and provide expertise on evidence-based and sustainable policy, systems, and environmental changes that support healthy behaviors related to reducing obesity through increased physical activity and improved nutrition in the Minneapolis community.

Funding Program

Communities Putting Prevention to Work

Responsibility for Implementation

Health and Family Support

Funding Agency

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Dollars Leveraged

Data not yet available.

Dollars Leveraged Description

Data not yet available.

Dollars Requested


Projected Jobs Created


Award Type


Sub-recipient Names

Minneapolis, City of

Vendor Names

City of Minneapolis - Public Works
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board
Gardening Matters
Central Minnesota Vegetable Growers Association
Northeast Minneapolis Farmers Market
Collie Graddick
Nice Ride Minnesota
The Improve Group
Cultural Wellness Center
Mod and Company
Corcoran Neighborhood Organization
Haberman and Associates
Redeemer Center for Life
Minneapolis Public Schools
West Broadway Business and Area Coalition
Augsburg College

Recovery Funds Spent to Date


Last updated Mar 14, 2014



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