Thank you to everyone who applied for our 2018 grant cycle! The 2019 grant cycle will open up next Spring. Stay tuned for changes to our HCF Grant Application!
Grant Application - Deadline for the 2019 grant cycle was July 1st, 2019
The Healthy Classrooms Foundation is excited to announce our 11th annual invitation for project grant applications to enhance the health of classrooms throughout the state of Wisconsin! We look forward to partnering with educators and school healthcare providers across the state as our allies in improving the emotional, mental, and physical health of Wisconsin's students.
Established in 2008, the Healthy Classrooms Foundation (HCF) strives to make a positive difference in the health of the next generation by promoting and fostering long-lasting projects that increase public health practices in the classrooms. We are committed to community efforts to achieve this goal in the primary and secondary school systems.
It is with these beliefs at heart and in mind that we, HCF, wish to directly support changes at the classroom and school level that focus on issues such as combating childhood obesity, teaching mindfulness, and promoting environmental responsibility for the future.
We seek to fund innovative projects that aim to integrate public health into the classrooms of elementary, middle, and high schools. We encourage you to be creative and think of sustainability when designing your projects.
Please note the following guidelines when submitting applications:
Applications will be accepted anytime after May 1st. Applicants are encouraged to apply early. Deadline for applications is July 1st, 2019 5pm CST.
Applications may be downloaded from the HCF website. To apply, use the Google Forms Link or download and complete the Word file linked above. Previous applicants who wish to reapply for the 2019 submission cycle must resubmit their ideas.
We will give preference to and review applications based on their applicability, plausibility, sustainability, creativity, and organization.
Projects must be implemented within the state of Wisconsin and focus on any of the following broad categories: physical health, nutrition education, sexual education, global perspectives, minority disparities, environmental responsibility, and mental & emotional health.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have at least a high school education or equivalent, and must agree to a background check.
Funding does not exceed $3,000 and monies granted will be based on a budget proposed by the project grant applicant. Funds may not be used for salaries or stipends. Grants are for supplies and direct project expenses (e.g. software, printing, supplies, field trip expenses, etc.) only.
Once sent, the application cannot be changed. If you have problems with your submission, please send an email to email@example.com.
Typing in the applicant’s name on the designated signature line of the application will be considered an official signed signature. Grant recipients will be notified in August.
We look forward to hearing from you and, together, making classrooms a healthier place to learn.