Community Grant Program
This grant opportunity is made possible by an anonymous donor and administered by a Grant Program Committee comprised of individuals with intimate knowledge, experience, and involvement, with bicycle, pedestrian, health and safety projects. New Hampshire non-profits and local and regional governmental entities with already planned or existing bicycle and pedestrian transportation projects are eligible to apply.
While HEAL NH is not administering this program, the grant application forms have been made available on this website.
Documents available for download:
If you have difficulty downloading either document, please send an email to the contact below and they can directly email you a copy.
Municipal Leaders Show Commitment To Create Healthier New Hampshire Communities.
HEAL NH is currently providing funding, training and other resources to four New Hampshire cities and towns:
The communities have received approximately $10,000 in grant monies and will continue to receive $60,000 of training and technical assistance over a two-year grant period.
Click on the images below to download the final case study for each of our Round 1 Community Grant Program coalitions.
$600,000 in Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Grant Funds Awarded to Four New Hampshire Community Partnerships
HEAL Projects serve 47 cities and towns
Four community partnerships were selected to receive the first ever Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Community Grant Program awards in 2009. Each partnership is in the process of implementing three-year HEAL projects aimed at decreasing obesity and improving the health and quality of life of the residents they serve.
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Select a county to find featured community projects that promote Healthy Eating & Active Living in New Hampshire.