Healthy Schools Network. What is the HSN?
Established in 2006/2007, the HSN is an open learning community of educators, students, and community members across the province who are working together to optimize health and learning, meet healthy living goals, and improve overall well-being in students and the broader school community. HSN participants lead inquiry and sustainable project-based learning initiatives in their school communities, and share their stories to support and inspire others. There is no membership required to join the HSN.
The vision of the HSN is for every student in British Columbia to be part of a healthy school community, and to feel supported and engaged in their health and learning. Healthy Schools BC - Programs & Resources for Comprehensive School Health. Healthy School Grants. ParticipACTION Teen Challenge. Need seed money to get a teen physical activity program up and running?
Great ideas sometimes need a kick-start to get set in motion. That’s why we provide Teen Physical Activity Grants to help turn a bright idea for a teen physical activity program into a reality. Grants of up to $500 can go towards anything that will help teens get moving; equipment, space rentals, transportation, or instruction. If it helps bring a teen physical activity program to life, the ParticipACTION Teen Challenge can support the program by making funds available. How to Apply Register with the Teen Challenge: To apply for a Teen Physical Activity Grant you must first register with the ParticipACTION Teen Challenge as a Community Organization.
Get Set, Go! Now that your teen physical activity program has the resources required to get fired up, you can get the action started. Bcyaf 12 grant app form. Environmental Grants & Funding for Environmental Projects. Already started an application?
Retrieve your saved application here. The information below will help you better understand our approach to grant making and our process. We recommend that you to read this entire page prior to submitting an application. We strongly encourage you contact your local TD FEF Regional Manager to discuss your project prior to applying. This will help you develop a strong application. If your organization is in need of volunteers, please contact your local TD FEF Regional Manager to discuss the TD Volunteer Network – an online system through which charitable organizations can post local volunteer opportunities and TD employees can search and sign up to volunteer with causes they care about.
Click here to learn more about TD FEF Leadership Grant program, which aims to enhance the organizational capacity of environmental charities by providing funding for both formal and informal training and development opportunities for leaders within these organizations. 1. 2. Toyota Evergreen Learning Grounds School Ground Greening Grants. Transforming the Outdoor Landscape of Canada's Schools The Toyota Evergreen Learning Grounds program helps schools create outdoor classrooms to provide students with a healthy place to play, learn and develop a genuine respect for nature.
Since the program began in 2000, it has provided funds to over 3,000 schools from coast to coast, providing countless opportunities for students to engage with nature on their school grounds. Amount offered: Up to $3,500 for public schools and daycares located on school Board/District property. Applications for the 2015–2016 funding cycle will be accepted on 3 intake dates throughout the school year: Whole Kids Foundation - Schools - Created in partnership with FoodCorps, the School Garden Grant program provides a $2,000 monetary grant to a primary or secondary school, or a nonprofit working in partnership with a primary or secondary school, to support a new or existing edible garden on school grounds.
Interested in a garden grant for a non-profit children’s programming organization, not located at a school? Check out our NEW Extended Learning Garden Grant program! 2016 School Garden Grant Program Application Open: September 1st, 2015Application Closed: November 30, 2015 at 5pm CSTReview Period: Winter 2016Notification of all applicants: February 15, 2016 Important information and resources: School Garden Grant Application – A copy of the 2016 application questions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.Want more inspiration?
Why School Gardens? Whole Kids Foundation believes that student involvement in a school garden fosters a relationship between students and their food. School Food Literacy Capacity Building Initiative Grants. Who can apply for a grant?
Members of the school community can apply for a grant (e.g. educators, administrators, parents, support staff and community partners such as health professionals, etc.). However, the grant application must be submitted by or include the contact details for a member of the school (e.g. educator, administrator, support staff) who will serve as the primary contact person for the application. A community partner, such as a Public Health Nurse or Community Dietitian can fully participate in the grant application, however, a school staff must be the contact person. When is the application deadline?