We are pleased to provide these targeted grant leads to help with your fundraising efforts. These grants have been reviewed by staff to ensure applicability to school health programs and services. Please let us know if you are awarded any of these grants, and consider becoming a member of the California School-Based Health Alliance for additional resources, technical assistance, and more.
Grants With Deadlines
Updated February 2015
California School-Based Health Alliance Asthma Learning Collaborative
In order to build a better understanding of how school-based health centers can improve the quality of care and quality of life for youth with asthma, California School-Based Health Alliance, in partnership with California Breathing, Regional Asthma Management & Prevention, and The Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health is organizing a group of SBHC staff to participate in a 16 month Asthma Learning Collaborative. The collaborative will provide SBHCs with expert-led training sessions, opportunities for collaboration with other SBHC providers, tools and resources, and funding to better support the asthma management and prevention needs of students with asthma. Download the application here.
Deadline: March 9, 2015. Please contact Juan Taizan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Office of Adolescent Health has released five Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program on http://grants.gov. Use the links below for additional information about each FOA.
- Capacity Building to Support Replication of Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs
- Replicating Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs to Scale in Communities with the Greatest Need
- Rigorous Evaluation of New or Innovative Approaches to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
- Effectiveness of Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs Designed Specifically for Young Males
Deadlines vary. Please visit the Office of Adolescent Health for more info about each grant.
Oral Health America is please to announce the 2015-2016 Smiles Across America ® (SAA) Capacity Building Project grant application.
The SAA program supports oral disease prevention in school-based or school-linked settings for at risk children who are uninsured and underserved due to issues of poverty, lack of resources, transportation barriers, low literacy, and language diversity. SAA not only improves the oral health of elementary school students, but also demonstrates to the community that oral health is integral to overall health.