The National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) is pleased to announce an exciting new funding opportunity to help communities build local capacity and advance evidence-based lead poisoning prevention efforts – the 2019 Lead Poisoning Prevention Grants: Equipping Communities for Action through the National Lead Poisoning Prevention Network.

NCHH invites communities to apply for a bundled award of coaching and support over 18 months that includes access to a network of national experts (including NCHH, Environmental Defense Fund, ChangeLab Solutions, and National League of Cities), opportunities to engage in a peer learning network with other communities tackling childhood lead exposure, a customized cost-benefit analysis (conducted by Altarum Institute), and a $25,000 grant, generously funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

We anticipate that a minimum of eight communities will be selected. Eligible applicants include local or regional nonprofit and community-based organizations (including public health institutes) and county, local, and tribal government agencies who are based in the United States and serve small and mid-sized cities (50,000 – 400,000 residents). Funding should be used to build capacity within a community and help communities achieve policy, practice, or systems change.

Online applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. ET, Friday, March 22, 2019.

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Contact
Christopher Bloom
Communications and Marketing Officer
cbloom@nchh.org

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