Specific Grants: FoundationsBehavioral Economics in CNP Grants
These grants will support research that applies behavioral economics to improve food choices of students as participants in USDA's National School Lunch Program. Funding will range from $5,000-$40,000 and priority will be given to innovative and feasible field experiments.
Calendar of Grants Available to School Gardens
San Diego County Master Gardener Association
A list of grants that are available for school gardens and other life science programs. The grants are categorized by application deadlines.
Funds for Fuel Up To Play 60
Fuel Up To Play 60
Up to $4,000 per year is available to any qualifying K-12 school enrolled in Fuel Up to Play 60. The competitive, nationwide funding program can help your school jumpstart and sustain healthy nutrition and physical activity improvements.
Healthy Eating Research
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJH).
This program provides funding for research on promoting healthy eating among children to prevent obesity primarily in those groups at greatest risk. Grant applicant eligibility is very specific; see Web site for eligibility details and application deadlines.
Jump Rope for Heart Grant Program
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD).
This grant is for Jump for Heart/Hoops for Heart coordinators who have held an event within the last year. Recipients will be granted membership to AAHPRED and the opportunity to attend the AAHPRED National Convention as well as funds to purchase new equipment for their physical education program. Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart Coordinators are the only possible applicants and recipients for this grant.
Love Your Veggies School Grant Program
A nationwide school lunch campaign sponsored by Hidden Valley awarding grants to elementary schools. Each grant award will support a school in developing a vegetable program offering fresh produce.
Champions for Healthy Kids
General Mills Foundation.
The General Mills Foundation, in partnership with the American Dietetic Association Foundation and the President's Council on Physical Fitness, developed the Champions for Healthy Kids grant program in 2002. Each year since inception, the General Mills Foundation awards 50 grants of $10,000 each to community-based groups that develop creative ways to help youth adopt a balanced diet and physically active lifestyle.