OCT. 19, 2016 | There is more time to develop grant applications for up to $25,000 to promote health in each of South Carolina’s four regions, according to the Healthy Insights collaborative being managed by the S.C. Association for Community Economic Development.
The deadline has been extended to 2 p.m., Nov. 4, 2016. Learn more.
The match funding requirement has been lowered to a 1:1 match, which means that a $25,000 grant would require a minimum of a $25,000 match. However, in-kind funding, such as staff time and volunteer hours, can be used to satisfy 50 percent of the match requirement. Grant partners also may contribute resources to the project that count toward in-kind match funding, such as event space and staff time.) Read more
New grant funding opportunities and resources for the S.C. Lowcountry Promise Zone
In this update, you will find new information and recent news on a variety of topics, including:
COORDINATOR’S CORNER: Dean Van Pelt outlines a recent $4 million Labor Department grant submitted through a Promise Zone collaboration.
RECENT NEWS: Learn more about a new Bamberg business and a television chef who visited the area to push education.
COMING EVENTS: The S.C. Association of Community Economic Development three meetings in the next few weeks to outline its new Healthy Insights project, which includes grant funding to make inroads against diabetes and obesity.
FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES: Learn about several community economic development and capacity-building grant opportunities that Promise Zone communities can take advantage of.
RESOURCES: This section provides links to studies and stories on rural health, education and more. Read more