Louisville, Ky., – The application deadline for the Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Movement’s mini-grants is fast approaching. The grants will range from $7,500 to $10,000 each and will fund activities that support several focus areas within the Healthy Louisville 2020 Plan.
Applications must be received at the Department of Public Health and Wellness at 400 E. Gray St. by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 8.
Applicants must be incorporated as nonprofit corporations and qualified to do business in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Grant guidelines and the application are available online at http://bit.ly/1H0NYMs
“The Healthy Hometown mini-grants have brought opportunities for physical activity and healthy eating to neighborhoods throughout our city,” said Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. “I encourage local organizations who want to get involved in the work of building a healthier Louisville to apply for a grant.”
Since 2005, the Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Movement has awarded more than half million dollars in grants to more than 100 community groups.
Healthy Hometown grants have been used to develop programs for all ages and families including cooking classes, community garden development and distribution, physical activity sessions and building exercise into core educational and recreational programming.
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