Funding Opportunities for HEAL Cities
The 2016 Small Grants are now closed. 2017 Small Grants will be announced summer of 2017.
The HEAL Cities Small Grants competition is an annual grant opportunity for HEAL cities to seek funding to implement HEAL policies. An explicit and significant goal of the HEAL Cities Campaign is to advance equity; successful applications are required to direct resources to neighborhoods experiencing the greatest disparities and are encouraged to do so in partnership with community organizations serving residents that have the most need for HEAL programs. Grant requests can range from $5,000 to $15,000.
Read the 2016 HEAL Small Grants FAQ here.
Download the 2016 HEAL Grant Application here.
Learn more about important dates and 2016 HEAL Small Grants Reporting Guidelines here.
Contact Jamie Nash at firstname.lastname@example.org, 503.227.5502 x223 for more information on the application process.
Only HEAL Cities are eligible to apply for Small Grants for HEAL Cities.
Grant Opportunity Resources
Reconnecting America. This website gives an extensive list of federal funds for city improvement through capital improvement, technical assistance, planning, etc.
- Metro’s Nature in Neighborhoods Capital Grants. These grants are given to increase people’s access to nature, integrate nature into development projects, and enhance people’s experience of nature.
- Transportation and Growth Management Grants. These grants help local communities plan for streets and land use in a way that leads to more livable, economically vital, and sustainable communities and that increases opportunities for transit, walking and bicycling.
- USDA Farm to School Grants. Cities are eligible to apply for Support Service grants to develop existing farm to school initiatives and to provide broad reaching support services to farm to school initiatives.