Moore Family Center
Submission deadline July 1st, 2019
The OSU Moore Family Center for Whole Grain Foods, Nutrition & Preventive Health is pleased to announce this request for proposals for the 2019 Healthy Community Outreach Program. This statewide outreach program seeks to improve the nutrition and food environment in underserved communities across the State of Oregon in partnership with our colleagues in the OSU Extension Service and local community health partners.
The Moore Family Center Healthy Community Outreach program is seeking proposals from Extension professionals in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences for community-based projects. Each project proposal may request up to $25,000 through this competitive process and up to 4 projects will be funded per year ($100,000 total project funding statewide). The OSU Moore Family Center shall act as the fiscal agent on each funded project.
The intent of the Healthy Community Outreach Program is to empower local communities to work together to improve the lifelong health of Oregonians where they live, work, learn and play in ways that stimulate innovation and collaboration. We welcome project proposals related to improving nutrition and the local food environment. This program is not intended for clinical or therapeutic interventions. A preference will be given to projects that could result in a broader regional or statewide impact and projects that have long term sustainability or result in tangible / durable products or changes in the community.
Examples of fundable projects might include (but are NOT limited to) the following:
Each project team will consist of a county-based CPHHS Extension Faculty Member (PI) along with a regional project team which should include at least two or more of the following:
Proposals are limited to four pages in length, not including letters of support. A letter of support and commitment from each major partner is required, including your local or program budget authority who will provide approval of any in-kind FTE dedicated to this project.
Project proposal narrative should describe the:
Proposals will undergo a peer review and selection process led by the Moore Family Center advisory team. Proposals will be evaluated on the following criteria:
The deadline for project proposals is July 1st, 2019.
Projects leaders will be notified about the status of their proposals by August 1st, 2019. Funds will be available for use starting October 1st, 2019 (funded period is October 1, 2019 to June 30, 2021). Periodic updates and grant reports regarding the progress of funded projects will be required and may include site visits.
Completed proposals, including letters of support, should be sent together as one document (PDF) to Moore Family Center Outreach Coordinator Jenny Rudolph.