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WEBSITE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Kim Malsam-Rysdon, Secretary of Health

Funding Resources

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  • The Wellmark Foundation - private non-profit foundation created by Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Iowa and Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield of South Dakota
  • The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - philanthropy devoted exclusively to health and health care in the United States
  • Capacity Building for Success Grant

    Grant Release: September 25, 2018
    Grant Deadline: October 19, 2018 at 5:00 pm CT
    Grant Period: November 1, 2018 – May 31, 2019
    Anticipated Award Amount: Applicants may request up to $2,000. Up to 8 applicants will be funded.
    Application Procedure: Applications are due via electronic submission to h.larsen@voa-dakotas.org or by mail to: Tobacco Prevention Coordinator; 1309 W 51st Street; Sioux Falls, SD 57105. Download the guidelines and application.

    The South Dakota Department of Health's Office of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion is pleased to announce the release of the Capacity Building for Success Grant Application. The Office of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion's efforts are based on those best practices shown to be successful and recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The purpose of the Capacity Building for Success Grant is to support, strengthen, and expand the reach of groups planning to seek future funding from OCDPHP programs, including but not limited to: Tobacco Community School Partnership Grants, Tobacco Disparities Grants, WorkWell Grants, Cancer Program Implementation Grants, and UV Protection Grants.

    Eligibility Criteria: Capacity Building for Success Grants are awarded to local governmental and non-profit community-based organizations, coalitions, businesses, and other groups that are interested in securing future funding opportunities offered by the Office of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Examples include, but are not limited to: youth groups, schools, post-secondary institutions, civic associations, service clubs, healthcare organizations, worksites, daycares, faith based organizations, parent groups, neighborhood associations, and local community coalitions.

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