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Grants for Health and Wellness

Wed, Apr 25, 2018 @ 18:04 PM / by Vickie Garton-Gundling posted in grants for health, health and wellness grant, health grants, health care education, poverty health grants, grants for health and wellness, health and wellness funding, public health, health care grants, health and wellness grants, mental health grants


“The greatest wealth is health.”  –Virgil

It’s easy to take good health for granted. However, there are many people in the U.S. (and worldwide) with neither access to mental and physical healthcare nor adequate health and wellness education. As a result, almost 1 in 5 Americans struggle with mental illness (Newsweek, 2014), and over 50% of Americans have one or more chronic health ailments (Science Daily, 2016). To help improve health in the U.S., especially among underserved and low-income populations, many companies, associations, and foundations offer grant opportunities to fund a variety of physical and mental health and wellness programs.

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Grants for Environmental Projects

Thu, Jan 8, 2015 @ 15:01 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in grant notification, grant announcement, enviornmental grants, enviornmental funding, energy funding, sustainable agriculture, grants for clean transportation, climate change grants, grant opportunity, energy grants, environment grant, energy grant, forestry, land conservation, health econsystems, grants for sustainable agriculture, grants for forestry, grants for water quality, greenhouse gas, environmental grant, transportation, water quality, grants for land conservation, grants for health ecosystems, public health


In 2010, the City Council of Asheville, North Carolina adopted a goal of reducing its carbon footprint by 20% over five years. They adopted a broad range of initiatives with the largest project replacing all 9,000 of the city’s street lights with energy efficient LED fixtures. Of the 17 environmental projects totaling over $10 million in project costs, over half were funded through grants. . For example, the community used funding from The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program from the U.S. Department Energy for phase one of the street light project. The grants totaled over $4 million, 42% of the city’s total costs In the end, the community is expecting to save over 2,000 tons of carbon dioxide just by changing the street lights. Additionally, the environmental projects will also save the city millions of dollars in energy reduction.  

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