No Kid Hungry NC
No Kid Hungry NC has a new pool of grants over three years, beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, to support innovative Breakfast After the Bell, summer meals, and afterschool meals programs. Funding support comes from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina. Stay tuned to this page for more information on the application process as it becomes available this fall.
Elevate the Plate Challenge
No Kid Hungry and Kellogg’s are proud to present the Elevate the Plate Challenge, which will go live October 1! Complete the challenge for a chance to win a $5,000 grant to help your school increase its school meals participation. Any school that currently participates in at least one of the following programs is eligible to apply: the National School Breakfast Program, the National School Lunch Program, and the Child and Adult Care Food Program. Ten winners will be selected. Sign up here to pre-register and to receive a reminder when the Challenge begins!
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Pioneering Ideas
Deadline October 15, 2019. The goal of the Pioneering Ideas Brief Proposal funding opportunity is to explore; to look into the future and put health first as we design for changes in how we live, learn, work and play; to wade into uncharted territory in order to better understand what new trends, opportunities and breakthrough ideas can enable everyone in America to live the healthiest life possible. Learn more here.
Home Depot Foundation Community Impact Grants Program
Deadline December 31, 2019. The Home Depot Foundation offers grant awards up to $5,000 to 501c designated organizations and tax-exempt public service agencies in the U.S. that are using the power of volunteers to improve the community. Grants are given in the form of The Home Depot gift cards for the purchase of tools, materials, or services and are required to be completed within six months of approval date. Learn more here.
Cigna Foundation World of Difference Grants in Community Navigation
To encourage Health Equity, Cigna Foundation is currently seeking proposals from non-profit organizations engaged in eliminating Health Disparities and improving Community Health Navigation. These grants support projects that help individuals understand the particular Health Equity challenges affecting them, and assist them in finding services in their communities that address those challenges. Learn more here.
Salad Bars to Schools
Salad Bars to Schools provides funding for salad bars to be installed in K-12 schools across the country. The program was founded by the Chef Ann Foundation, National Fruit and Vegetable Alliance, United Fresh Start Foundation, and Whole Foods Market in support of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! Initiative. Apply now.
The Dairy Alliance Mini-Grants
The Dairy Alliance (formerly Southeast United Dairy Industry Association, or SUDIA) has grant funding for NC schools for any new program that will increase access to federally-funded meals, including school breakfast and at-risk afterschool meals.
Interested School Nutrition Directors should contact Health and Wellness Program Manager Cami Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-822-2868.
Action for Healthy Kids
Many schools lack the necessary resources to implement health and wellness practices that help students eat better, stay physically active and be better prepared to learn. Action for Healthy Kids has three grant opportunities to help schools reach their wellness goals that are available at different points throughout the year: School Breakfast Grants, Game On Grants, and Parent-Led Grants. Learn more here.