Healthy Lifestyles Energy Balance 101
Application Deadline: Friday, June 6, 2014
National PTA's Healthy Lifestyles Grants provide local PTAs with tools and resources to use in partnering with schools to improve energy balance and provide families with nutrition and physical activity education. Energy balance is simply finding a balance between the calories we consume through what we eat and drink and the calories we burn through physical activity.
Local PTAs can apply to one of the below Healthy Lifestyles Grants that target families:
Local PTAs will:
- Use either the Energy Balance Pre-K or Energy Balance Enrichment Zone (K-5th grade) curricula to educate families on the importance of energy balance, good nutrition and physical activity in achieving an active, healthy lifestyle;
- Empower families to partner with schools to advocate for and support the implementation of healthy changes around nutrition and physical activity, and;
- Provide families with tools to create an environment at home that supports the positive changes at school.
National PTA will award Healthy Lifestyles Grants of $2,000 to 50 local PTAs for grades Pre-K to 5. Funding will be distributed evenly between the two grants:
Grant funding must be spent between June 1, 2014 and September 30, 2015.
How to Apply
Review the Request for Proposals for additional information about funding requirements, selection criteria, eligibility, key dates and other specific application components. Once you have reviewed the Request for Proposals, apply online. The deadline to apply is Friday, June 6, 2014 at 5:00pm EST.
National PTA and the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation will host a webinar to review the grant requirements, online application and resources available. Webinar participants will receive five bonus points toward their total application scores. Register by clicking a date below:
Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation is the proud sponsor of National PTA’s Smart from the Start: Community Outreach Grant, which through its 255+ members and partners, seeks to significantly reduce childhood obesity rates by 2015.