Montana Health Centers—Premise Update
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Fuel Up To Play 60 2021 Ends Wednesday, April 28, 2021 Funding opportunities are available to any qualified K-12 school enrolled in Fuel Up to Play 60. Sponsored by the National Dairy Council, state and regional Dairy Councils, and other supporting organizations, the competitive, nationwide funding program provides money – up to $4,000 per year, … Read more
OPI School Safety Grant OPI school safety grant can be used for the following topics • Youth suicide awareness and prevention training (MCA 20-7-1310) • Professional development for staff on the district’s Hazard & Emergency Plans (MCA 20-1-401) • Conducting disaster drills, tabletop exercises, or full-scale drills in collaboration with local community first responders as … Read more
Middle School After School Athletic Programs Grants to USA middle schools to purchase sports equipment and uniforms for after-school athletic programs. The Foundation’s goal is to support deserving schools that have insufficient funding for youth athletics. Examples of items that may be approved through this grant program include the following: – Uniforms with school name, … Read more
In-kind book donations to USA Title 1 schools and Title 1 school teachers, as well as other schools with low-income students. Through this program, schools are awarded children’s books and related educational resources that help get encourage underserved children across the country to read. Gift of Books
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GENYOUth COVID-19 Emergency School Meal Delivery Grant
OMADA MUST is excited to offer this program to help our members life their healthiest life. Learn more about Omada®, a digital lifestyle change program. They combine the latest technology with ongoing support so you can make the changes that matter most—whether that’s around eating, activity, sleep, or stress. It’s an approach shown to help … Read more