BY EMMA PEPPER, DIRECTOR OF STRATEGIC NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS, THE HUB
The statewide program West Virginia’s Promise is offering mini-grants to support children and families in West Virginia in getting a healthy start.
From the organizers:
“Local non-profits such as schools, after school programs, churches, homeless shelters, food pantries, and community organizations are eligible to receive up to $600 to host a healthy start project for families and youth in their community. Eligible projects include community events and activities focused on a healthy start, as well as feeding programs, backpack programs, events, and outreach.
Applications for the West Virginia’s Promise Healthy Start Mini-Grant Project will be accepted between August 12th, 2019 -October 7th, 2019 to be considered for funding. Activities must include an element of volunteer recruitment as well as outreach in the community.”
Please direct questions to Pam Dugan with West Virginia’s Promise at email@example.com.