RESIDENT HEALTH PROMOTION MINI-GRANTS
Resident Health Promotion Projects are neighborhood-based, community-improvement efforts in which local residents design and implement small-scale health improvements projects. These projects build on the fact that residents are the key to strengthening the communities in which we live. Projects may be funded for up to $1,000.00.
· Bring people together for the good of the neighborhood, and increase the sense of pride in the community and among its people.
· Recognize residents as key contributors to neighborhood health and well being.
· Provide small-scale, creative solutions that have an impact on the physical, social, or economic health of the neighborhood.
Applications for the Resident Health Promotion Projects are reviewed and recommended by Our Town RoCKS staff, with final approval from the Greater Rochester Health Foundation. Funding decisions will be based on the project’s benefit to the neighborhood, the involvement of residents in carrying out the project and participating in the activity, and whether it is realistic and well planned. Please click the link below to download the application.
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