funding: community-based efforts to improve Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander health

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Thu Jan 11 17:18:22 CST 2007


From:
Sarena Seifer <sarena at u.washington.edu>


Dear Comm-ORG colleagues,

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Asian & Pacific Islander American Health
Forum (APIAHF) announce a new and exciting community grant opportunity!

The Health Through Action - Community Partnerships Grant Program is a
multi-year national grant program supported by the W.K. Kellogg
Foundation. It is designed to strengthen and bolster community approaches
to improving the health of vulnerable Asian American (AA), Native
Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (NHOPI) individuals and families, and
children of these families by strengthening the capacity of AA and NHOPI
led, local community based organizations and by capitalizing on local
assets to meet health needs.

This grant asks each community collaborative to select a pressing local
health or healthcare issue as a starting point, build on community
assets, and identify and work on priority areas to strengthen the
capacity of their collaborative to impact change.

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation and APIAHF anticipate awarding grants of up
to $150,000 per year for four (4) years to approximately eight (8)
communities. The eight communities will represent diverse AA and NHOPI
subgroups, urban and rural areas, population sizes, and geographic
locations.

To be considered for this grant, please submit a Letter of Intent no
later than February 28, 2007.

Guidelines on filling out the Letter of Intent and for further
information, please visit the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health
Forum website at: www.apiahf.org website

You may also contact Marguerite Ro, Deputy Director at Asian & Pacific
Islander Health Forum with any questions or comments:

Marguerite Ro, Deputy Director
Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum
415-954-9988
mro at apiahf.org

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