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Aligning and Elevating University-Based Low-Income Nutrition Education: Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed)

This is a one-year project for a cooperative agreement with one land-grant university that has both EFNEP and SNAP-Ed to provide leadership in developing recommendations for a more coordinated, system-wide approach for low-income nutrition education through the land-grant university system, one which respects necessary differences in programs, incorporates their respective strengths, and leads to increased visibility and involvement of the land-grant university system and its funders to address health needs of vulnerable populations.

Who Is Eligible to Apply

  • 1862 Land-Grant Institutions
  • 1890 Land-Grant Institutions
  • Other or Additional Information (See below)
  • More Information on Eligibility

    Applications may be submitted by land-grant colleges and universities that have both EFNEP and SNAP-Ed Programs.

    Request for Application (RFA) | Apply: Electronic

    Solicitation Date (Opening) July 3, 2012
    Letter of Intent Due Date None
    Due Date (Closing)
    August 3, 2012
    Estimated Total Program Funding $50,000.00
    Range of Awards $0.00 to $50,000.00
    Cost Sharing Requirements None
    For More Information Contact Helen Chipman
    Funding Opportunity Number USDA-NIFA-EXCA-003872
    CFDA Number 10.500
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