Vancouver Coastal Health's Healthy Living Program (HLP) is pleased to announce grant funding to support community projects in Vancouver. Healthy Living Program grants of up to $4,000 are now available for the 2015 funding cycle. Deadline: March 31, 2015.
A project of Community Food Centres Canada, the Good Food Organizations initiative supports community food security organizations by increasing their capacity to offer healthy and dignified food programs in their communities. Applications for Good Food Organization open January 12, 2015 and close February 13, 2015.
Rural and remote communities have an abundance of assets when it comes to building food security, from wild food sources to agricultural land, individual skills and passion, and the local know-how required to coordinate efforts.
A Municipal Alcohol Policy (MAP) is a useful tool to reduce the health and financial costs caused by alcohol. Grants are available to assist local governments to develop a MAP with their community.
The City of Grand Forks, the Regional District of the Kootenay Boundary, School District 51, the Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities, and other stakeholders released the Boundary Communities Vital Signs 2014 Report.
As part of the Table Matters Network, The City of North Vancouver, the District of North Vancouver and the District of West Vancouver are working together with Vancouver Coastal Health and lots of great community organizations to improve food security in the North Shore area. A vital part of this great work is looking at food recovery.
How can we stay healthy in the winter months? Apply for this First Nations Health Authority Grant and challenge your community in the four wellness streams of: Being Active, Healthy Eating, Nurturing Spirit, and Respecting Tobacco.
A maximum of 25 Age-friendly Community Planning & Project Grants will be available with applications due by October 31, 2014.