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School Grants for Healthy Kids from Action for Healthy Kids

From Action for Healthy Kids...

Schools need resources to implement health and wellness practices that get students to eat better and be physically active. Thanks to our partners, Action for Healthy Kids has provided $5.15 million in grants to schools since 2009. Our School Grants for Healthy Kids can help your school health team achieve its goal to make Every Kid Healthy and ready to learn.  Check out the available grant opportunities for school districts and schools, and start your application now.

We're granting over $1.4 million to schools for the 2015-2016 school year. Apply now! 

Here are a few of the opportunities...

School Building Alternative Breakfast Grants —ALL STATES — to include alternative breakfast
programs (i.e., breakfast in the classroom, grab and go breakfast, breakfast after 1st period,
breakfast on the school bus) and universal breakfast programs. Grant size is $1,750 per school.

School District Alternative Breakfast Grants — ALL STATES — to include alternative breakfast
programs (i.e., breakfast in the classroom, grab and go breakfast, breakfast after 1st period,
breakfast on the school bus) in 10-30 schools within the district. Average district grant size will
depend on the number of schools included in project with each school receiving $2,100
(i.e. 10 schools funded = $21,000).

Universal School Breakfast Pilot Grants — SELECT STATES — Provides funding to pilot a
universal and alternative breakfast program. Grant size is $2,500 per school with the opportunity
to fund multiple schools within the district. Previously funded universal breakfast grantees are
eligible to receive $1,000 sustainability grants to support their breakfast program.

Every Kid Healthy Grants — Thanks to CSX Transportation's How Tomorrow Moves Campaign, Every Kid Healthy Grants are available in select states (AL, DC, FL, GA, IL, IN, KY, MD, NC, NY, OH, PA, WV). Every Kid Healthy Grants provide physical activity grants with an optional nutrition component to support becoming recognized as a health-promoting school. Grants ranging from $500 to $2,500 are available. Schools funded in previous grant years are eligible for sustainability grants of $500. Applications accepted through May 1, 2015. 

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