Available to NDNC members only
Granted funds must be spent within 12 months of being awarded
Personnel time is excluded
Mini-grants available up to $1000
Preference given to projects that have a broad impact
Preference will be given to projects that implement SMART goals
The proposal should include:
Title of the project
Description of the program/project
Potential sources of additional funding
If you have received a NDNC mini grant in the past and are applying for a grant to fund the same project, indicate how you will expand on your project.
Preference will be given to projects that have the potential for broad applications. Nutrition/physical activity projects will qualify if the nutrition component is clearly stated and has relevancy to one of the NDNC goals.
Preference will be given to applicants who use SMART goals to describe their project. If you are unfamiliar with how to write a SMART goal, please reference this document.
The selection subcommittee will be comprised of three to five NDNC members. One committee member will be the immediate past president and at least one will be a non-board member.
Reports: Awardees must exhibit their program highlights at the next NDNC conference through a display and/or short presentation, as well as provide a "program highlights" piece to be put on the website.