Open funding opportunities – see what’s new this week!

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    This post is updated weekly. To find additional OPEN opportunities, which may have tight deadlines, or to see past funding announcements, visit the Funding Opportunities thread in the Forum [members only].

    • Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom Grants: Oklahoma is a priority state for this funding opportunity, which provides funding and technical assistance to help public schools implement breakfast in the classroom. Funds are available for districts with 70% or over Free & Reduced lunch or those participating in Community Eligibility to increase breakfast participation. Deadline: Rolling. Click for funding details.
    • School-Based Health Center Capital (SBHCC) Program: The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has announced the availability of up to $10 million in funding for school health center capital investments. The agency is expected to make up to 100 awards to currently operational school-based health centers (SBHCs) for the purpose of increasing “access to mental health, substance abuse, and childhood obesity-related services.” Deadline: April 17. Click for funding details.

    If you know of an open funding opportunity that may be of interest to the OK In the Know community, tell us about it! Post a comment below, add it to the Funding Opportunities thread in the Forum [members only] or contact us.

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    1. Since the funding opportunities thread is no longer receiving new posts, here is one:

      2017 Community Change Micro Grants
      Deadline: Applications are due by November 10th at 5pm Eastern
      http://americawalks.org/2017-community-change-micro-grants-open/

      America Walks is “extending a round of community change micro grants to individuals and communities interested in improving the public sphere for walking or helping to make walking more commonplace. The program awards up to $1,500 to fund or help to catalyze smaller-scale, low-cost projects and programs that increase the prevalence of walking.”

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