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IDPH Grants Announcement

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is pleased to announce its transition from a paper-based grant application process, to its new cloud based Electronic Grants Administration & Management System (EGrAMS). Although IDPH plans to eventually offer all of its grant opportunities through EGrAMS, some programs will continue to be offered through the usual paper process during the first year transition period. As future grant opportunities continue to be posted on this page, each announcement will include details on which application process will be used for that specific grant program (EGrAMS vs. paper).

IDPH is proud to announce the first grant opportunity to be offered through EGrAMS. In coordination with the Illinois Insurance Marketplace, IDPH is seeking applications from eligible organizations for the Illinois In-Person Counselor (IPC) Program. See below for further details.

Health Insurance Marketplace

Illinois In-Person Counselor (IPC) Grant Program

Click Here to Apply | RFA Instructions - PDF | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - PDF

Applications must be received by 4 p.m. CST on May 30, 2013


2013 Paper Grant Applications
Grant Application Standardized Forms - Fillable PDF
Budget Forms - Excel Document

Office of Health Promotion
Dental Sealant Grant Program – FY2015
RFA – FY15 Oral Health Needs Assessment and Planning Grant - PDF | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - General | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - Grantees
Deadline for submission of application is by close of business Friday, April 25, 2014.

The Dental Sealant Grant Program assists providers of public health services to develop and implement appropriate and feasible programs with clear and measurable objectives to provide preventive oral health care to Illinois children who are at high risk for dental caries.

Applications for this funding opportunity must be submitted through the Illinois Department of Public Health’s Electronic Grant Application Management System (EGrAMS). Both the applicant organization and an individual submitting an application on its behalf are required to obtain accounts on EGrAMS in order to submit an application. Instructions for using EGrAMS is attached along with the Request for Application. You can access the EGrAMS system at https://idphgrants.com/user/login.aspx.

Oral Health Needs Assessment and Planning Grant – FY2015
RFA – FY15 Oral Health Needs Assessment and Planning Grant - PDF | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - General | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - Grantees
Deadline for submission of application is by close of business Friday, April 25, 2014.

The Oral Health Needs Assessment and Planning Program assists communities to determine oral health status and plan comprehensive oral health programs designed to meet community needs. The Division of Oral Health will provide your agency with training, technical assistance, the link to the Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors (ASTDD) “Seven-Step Model” and the Division of Oral Health’s Supplemental Guidance. These tools facilitate a systematic data collection and analysis process that translates into an action plan. The process is completed with development of appropriate community intervention strategies and implementation of the action plan.

Applications for this funding opportunity must be submitted through the Illinois Department of Public Health’s Electronic Grant Application Management System (EGrAMS). Both the applicant organization and an individual submitting an application on its behalf are required to obtain accounts on EGrAMS in order to submit an application. Instructions for using EGrAMS are attached along with the Request for Application. You can access the EGrAMS system at https://idphgrants.com/user/login.aspx.


Illinois Alzheimer’s Disease Research Fund Grants for FY2015
FY 2015 Grant Application – PDF | FY 2015 Grant Application – Word
Applications will be accepted, electronically in .pdf format, until 5 p.m. on January 17, 2014.

The Illinois Department of Public Health, Office of Health Promotion, is accepting applications for the FY2015 Alzheimer’s Disease Research Fund Grants (ADRF). The ADRF enables Illinois researchers to investigate epidemiology, etiology, pathology, diagnosis, care, treatment, evaluation, cure, social and economic impacts, or other important fields of study pertaining to Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. Funding is granted to institutions and not to individuals. Research may be provided by one or more individuals under the authority of an institution. Research grants are also available to students, residents and fellows. The ADRF is supported by contributions made by Illinois taxpayers through their annual income tax returns.


Prostate and Testicular Screening, Education and Awareness Grants
Application Form – PDF | Application Form – Word | Budget Form - Excel
Applications must be received by the close of business (5 p.m.) on August 9, 2013.

The Prostate and Testicular Cancer Grant Program serves to support awareness, education and screening applicable to prostate and testicular cancer by public or private entities. The four goals of the grant are to provide prostate and testicular cancer screening; provide appropriate referrals to persons with abnormal results; disseminate quality information regarding the incidence of prostate and testicular cancer, the risk factors and the benefits of early detection and treatment; and identify unmet needs and barriers to services and evolving demographic trends among males.


Center for Minority Health Services
Illinois Hepatitis B Outreach, Awareness and Education to Immigrants – FY14
RFA Instructions – PDF | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide – PDF | Click Here to Apply
The Illinois Department of Public Health Center for Minority Health Services is accepting applications from organizations interested in participating in the Illinois Hepatitis B Outreach, Awareness, and Education to Foreign Born Asian and African Immigrant and Refugee Communities Initiative. The initiative, funded through the state’s general revenue fund, supports hepatitis B outreach and education programs targeting underserved foreign born Asian and African immigrant and refugee populations with educational messaging and referral linkages to screening and vaccination services. The main focus of any funded program shall not be screening, vaccination, or treatment efforts, but the outreach to, and the education of, the target population regarding hepatitis B and referral and linkage opportunities for screening, vaccination, and treatment services. These specific efforts are necessary due to the unique problems many of these individuals may face that places them at greater risk for hepatitis B infection. Higher rates of chronic hepatitis B infection exist particularly among foreign born populations from Asia and Africa. Illinois has the fifth largest Asian American population in the United States and has long been an immigrant destination state with nearly two-thirds of Asian Americans who are foreign born. Programs should be unique, culturally innovative, and increase ongoing efforts of the Department to eliminate the disparities in screenings, vaccinations, medical management, transmission, and overall health outcomes experienced by Asian and African immigrant and refugee communities relative tohepatitis B.
 
The new deadline to apply is October 1, and a technical assistance conference call will be held on September 24 at 10 a.m. - 1-888-494-4032; access code 4652155156.
Applications for this funding opportunity must be submitted through the Illinois Department of Public Health’s Electronic Grant Application Management System (EGrAMS). Both the applicant organization and an individual submitting an application on its behalf are required to obtain accounts on EGrAMS in order to submit an application. Instructions for using EGrAMS is attached along with the Request for Application. You can access the EGrAMS system at https://idphgrants.com/user/login.aspx.
 
Brothers And Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS (BASUAH) Communities of Color Initiative
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - Fillable PDF
Application Deadline: Monday, June 24, 2013, 4 p.m. CST
A technical assistance conference call will be held on Wednesday, June 12, 2013, at 10 a.m. for interested parties. To access the call dial 1-888-494-4032, access code – 4652155156.
The Illinois Department of Public Health Center for Minority Health Services is accepting applications for programs interested in participating in the Brothers and Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS (BASUAH) Communities of Color Initiative. The Initiative is funded through federal tobacco settlement funds. The focus of the fiscal year 2014 campaign will be HIV prevention, education, testing, and care programs targeting communities of color. Additional consideration will be given to programs that provide education and testing programs for other co-infections, such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis C and syphilis, and use of text messaging to improve client/patient experience for better health outcomes. Programs should be unique and culturally innovative, sustainable, and increase the Center for Minority Health Services’ ability to address the complexities that make these populations more vulnerable.
 
Illinois Brothers And Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS (BASUAH) Communities of Color Initiative One-Time Implementation Grant for National HIV Testing Day (June 27, 2013)
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - Fillable PDF
Application deadline: 3 p.m. CST, Tuesday, May 28, 2013
A technical assistance conference call will be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. for interested parties. To access the call dial 1-888-494-4032, access code – 4652155156.
The Illinois Department of Public Health, Center for Minority Health Services, is accepting applications for programs that are interested in participating in the Stand Against Cancer Initiative. The initiative is funded through state general revenue funding, and funds breast and cervical cancer prevention, education, outreach, and referral programs targeting communities of color - specifically programs with the capacity to reach rural, migrant farm-worker, lesbian and bisexual, and women of color with disabilities. Programs should be unique, culturally innovative, and increase the Center for Minority Health Services’ ability to address the complexities that make these populations more vulnerable.
 
Stand Against Cancer Initiative for FY 2014
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - Fillable PDF
Application deadline: 3 p.m. CST, Friday, May 31, 2013
A technical assistance conference call will be held on Wednesday, May 22, 2013, at 3:00 p.m. for interested parties. To access the call dial 1-888-494-4032, access code – 4652155156.
The Illinois Department of Public Health, Center for Minority Health Services, is accepting applications for programs that are interested in participating in the Stand Against Cancer Initiative. The initiative is funded through state general revenue funding, and funds breast and cervical cancer prevention, education, outreach, and referral programs targeting communities of color - specifically programs with the capacity to reach rural, migrant farm-worker, lesbian and bisexual, and women of color with disabilities. Programs should be unique, culturally innovative, and increase the Center for Minority Health Services’ ability to address the complexities that make these populations more vulnerable.
 
Increasing Access to Health Care Services for Medically Underserved Minority Populations through Mobile Health Care - FY 2014 Funding
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - Fillable PDF
Application deadline: 10 a.m. CST, Friday, May 31, 2013
A technical assistance conference call will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2013, at 3:00 p.m. for interested parties. To access the call dial 1-888-494-4032, access code – 4652155156.
The Illinois Department of Public Health Center for Minority Health Services is requesting proposals from health care providers that can provide preventative health screenings in an innovative and culturally and linguistically appropriate manner throughout the medically underserved areas of Illinois. The services will be provided in an environment that is non-threatening, targeted, culturally and linguistically appropriate, reality based, and tailored to ensure relevance to the circumstances and conditions of the target population through a partnership with the Wellness on Wheels Initiative and the Wellness of Wheels mobile units. Successful applicants will have demonstrated their capacity and experience in the delivery of health care services within this specific mobile health care environment.
 
Illinois HIV/AIDS Communities of Color Initiative, Special At Risk Populations – FY2014 Funding
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - Fillable PDF
Application deadline: 10 a.m. CST, Friday, May 24, 2013
A technical assistance conference call will be held on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. for interested parties. To access the call dial 1-888-494-4032, access code – 4652155156.
The Illinois Department of Public Health Center for Minority Health Services is requesting proposals for HIV prevention, education, testing, and care programs targeting communities of color. The Center for Minority Health Services is specifically looking for organizations with the capacity to reach special at-risk minority populations. Special at risk population is defined as a sub group or sub population that is disenfranchised due to a social or psychological condition which predisposes them to be at risk for HIV disease. Consideration will be specifically given to programs targeting minority men who have sex with men, the homeless, ex-offenders, sex workers, transgender individuals, and those with a history of mental illness or substance abuse. These specific efforts are necessary due to the unique problems that many of these individuals may face that places them at greater risk for HIV disease. Programs should be unique and culturally innovative and increase the Center for Minority Health Services’ ability to address the complexities that make these populations more vulnerable. These program characteristics should be carefully detailed within the application.
 
Increasing Access to Health Care Services for Medically Underserved Minority Populations through Mobile Health Care
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - Fillable PDF
Application deadline: 10 a.m. CST, Friday, February 15, 2013
A technical assistance conference call will be held on Friday, February 1, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. for interested parties. To access the call dial 1-888-494-4032, access code – 4652155156.
The Illinois Department of Public Health Center for Minority Health Services is requesting proposals from health care providers that can provide preventative health screenings in an innovative and culturally and linguistically appropriate manner throughout the medically underserved areas of Illinois. The services will be provided in an environment that is non-threatening, targeted, culturally and linguistically appropriate, reality based, and tailored to ensure relevance to the circumstances and conditions of the target population through a partnership with the Wellness on Wheels Initiative and the Wellness of Wheels mobile units. Successful applicants will have demonstrated their capacity and experience in the delivery of health care services within this specific mobile health care environment.
Stand Against Cancer Initiative
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - Fillable PDF
Application deadline: 4 p.m. CST, Friday, December 21, 2012
Technical assistance conference call on December 6, 2012, at 10 a.m. for interested parties. To access the call, dial 1-888-494-4032; access code 4652155156. Your participation is not required to be eligible for funding.
The Illinois Department of Public Health, Center for Minority Health Services, is accepting applications for programs that are interested in participating in the Stand Against Cancer Initiative. The initiative is funded through state’s general revenue funding, and funds breast and cervical cancer prevention, education, outreach, and referral programs targeting communities of color - specifically programs with the capacity to reach rural, migrant farm-worker, lesbian and bisexual minority women. Programs should be unique, culturally innovative, and increase the Center for Minority Health Services’ ability to address the complexities that make these populations more vulnerable.
Illinois communities of Color Minority AIDS Initiative – Ryan White Care Services and AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - PDF
Application deadline: 4 p.m. CST, Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Technical assistance conference call, 10 a.m. Wednesday, October 26, 2012. To access the call, dial 888-494-4032; access code 4652155156. Your participation is not required to be eligible for funding.
The Illinois Department of Public Health, Center for Minority Health Services, is accepting applications for programs interested in participating in the Illinois Communities of Color Minority AIDS Initiative. The Illinois Communities of Color Minority AIDS Initiative is funded through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Program, and provides outreach and education services designed to increase minority participation in Ryan White care services and the AIDS Drug Assistance Program.
Brothers And Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS (BASUAH) Communities of Color Initiative
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - PDF
Application deadline: 4 p.m. CST, Friday, September 14, 2012
Technical assistance conference call, 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 5, 2012. To access the call, dial 888-494-4032; access code 4652155156. Your participation is not required to be eligible for funding.
The Illinois Department of Public Health, Center for Minority Health Services, is accepting applications for programs that are interested in participating in the Brothers and Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS (BASUAH) Communities of Color Initiative. The focus of the fiscal year 2013 campaign will be HIV prevention, education, testing, and care programs targeting communities of color. Additional consideration will be given to programs that provide education and testing programs for other co-infections such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis C and syphilis. Programs should be unique and culturally innovative, sustainable, and increase the Center for Minority Health Services’ ability to address the complexities that make these populations more vulnerable.
Illinois HIV/AIDS Communities of Color Initiative – Special Risk Populations
RFA Document – PDF | Application Form – Fillable PDF | Budget Form – Excel | W9 Form - PDF
Application deadline: 3 p.m. CST, Friday, August 10, 2012
Technical assistance conference call, Tuesday, July 31, 2012, at 10 a.m. To access the call, dial 1-888-494-4032; access code 4652155156. Your participation is not required to be eligible for funding.
The Illinois Department of Public Health, Center for Minority Health Services, is accepting applications for programs that are interested in participating in the Illinois HIV/AIDS Communities of Color Initiative – Special At Risk Populations. The Initiative is funded through state of Illinois general revenue funding, and funds HIV prevention, education, testing, and care programs targeting communities of color –specifically programs with the capacity to reach special at risk minority populations to include men who have sex with men, homeless, ex-offenders, sex workers, those with a history of mental illness or substance abuse, and other hard to reach populations.

Office of Health Protection

HIV/AIDS Ryan White Part B Lead Agent 2014 Grant

EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - General | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - Grantees

Funding Opportunity with the Illinois Department of Public Health:

The Illinois HIV/AIDS Ryan White Part B HIV Care Connect Lead Agency Consortia funding opportunity is now live in EGrAMS. The link below will bring you directly to this funding opportunity through the Ryan White Part B Program.

Ryan White Part B funds are provided to IDPH through a federal grant specifically for the provision of medical and support services to Illinoisans living with HIV/AIDS. The Department utilizes eight HIV Care Connect regional networks to accomplish this objective and meet this federal obligation. This funding opportunity is to act as a lead agency in one of these eight regional networks to ensure the provision of necessary medical and support services to people in Illinois living with HIV, increase the numbers of minority and disproportionately infected individuals in medical care, and improve collaborations and community engagement at the local level.

The submission date for this grant application is 3/21/2014, 5:00PM.

For more information about this funding opportunity, or for application procedures, please visit https://www.idphgrants.com/user/categoryprograms.aspx Ryan White Part B Lead Agents 2014.

African American AIDS Response Act Funding
Grant Guidance – Word | Application - Word | HIV Prevention Intervention Guidance - PDF | Budget Form – Excel | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - PDF | AAARA RFA SFY2015 Announcements and FAQs - PDF
The electronic application form is currently posted on EGrAMS until the application deadline.

Click here to submit an application.

The African-American AIDS Response Act RFA due date has been EXTENDED to February 28th, 2014!
This Request for Application (RFA) was developed by the HIV/AIDS Section of the Illinois Department of Public Health for the purpose of obtaining proposals for funding awarded from the African-American AIDS Response Act Fund. The project period funded will be July1, 2014-June 30, 2015. Recipient organizations must be engaged in HIV-prevention education, HIV counseling, testing and partner services or HIV treatment engagement or treatment adherence services. A total of $1.4 million has been allotted. Grant awards will be based on availability of funding. Community-based organizations and service providers meeting the criteria specified in the African-American HIV/AIDS Response Code (77 Ill. Adm. Code 691) are eligible to apply for funding. The Department anticipates 15 to 20 awards.
Quality of Life Funding Opportunity for HIV prevention and Treatment Engagement
Grant Guidance – Word | Application - Word | HIV Prevention Intervention Guidance - PDF | Budget Form – Excel | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - PDF | QOL RFA SFY2015 Announcements and FAQs - PDF
The electronic application form is currently posted on EGrAMS until the application deadline.

Click here to submit an application.

The Quality of Life RFA due date has been EXTENDED to February 21, 2014!

Grant Seekers Conference Call: Monday, January 27, 2014 at 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Toll Free Call in: 888-494-4032, Access Code: 159-294-6351#
The Illinois Department of Public Health is seeking to fund 18-36 organizations to provide HIV prevention or HIV treatment engagement or adherence services in SFY2015. Funding available for SFY 2015 Illinois Quality of Life Fund grants is expected to equal $2,400,000. However, actual grant awards will be based on funding availability and appropriation. Applications for the SFY2015 grant cycle are welcome from any eligible organization (see Grant Guidance). Overall agency size will determine an organization's competitive category in the application process. Organizations with an annual budget of $300,000 or less may apply for up to $100,000 and will compete with like-sized organizations for 50 percent of the annual fund. Organizations with an annual budget of $300,001 to $700,000 may apply for up to $175,000 and will compete with like-sized organizations for 25 percent of the annual fund; and organizations with an annual budget of $700,001 and above may apply for up to $175,000 and will compete with like-sized organizations for 25 percent of annual fund. The grant selection process will prioritize applications that demonstrate effective targeting of High Impact Prevention services including treatment engagement and adherence services to populations at highest risk for transmitting or acquiring HIV. Services to specific high risk populations will be allocated in proportion to the distribution by population of recent Illinois HIV Disease incidence among risk groups as reported by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
Body Art Inspection Program
FY 2013: Grant Application – PDF (Word) | FY 2014: Grant Application – PDF (Word)
The objective of this grant/project is to provide inspections for Body Art establishments throughout the Local Health Department’s jurisdiction and therefore, decrease the injuries, diseases and prolonged health issues that may occur with users of these type establishments.
Summer Food Program - FY 2013-2014
Grant Application – PDF (Word)
The objective of this grant/project is to provide inspections for Summer Food sites throughout the Local Health Department’s jurisdiction and therefore, decrease the injuries, diseases and prolonged health issues that may occur with children who use these type facilities.
Tanning Facilities Inspection Program
FY 2013:  Grant Application – PDF (Word) | FY 2014:  Grant Application – PDF (Word)
The objective of this grant/project is to provide inspections for Tanning Facilities throughout the Local Health Department’s jurisdiction and therefore, decrease the injuries, diseases and prolonged health issues that may occur with users of these type facilities.

Office of Preparedness and Response

Emergency Medical Services Assistance Fund Grant FY 2015

FY 2015 Grant Application can be found at idphgrants.com.

EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - General | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - Grantee | EGrAMS Grantee User Manual v1.0 | EMS Assistance Fund Grants Announcement Memo FY15

Any Illinois licensed/designated EMS participant that provides EMS service within the State of Illinois may apply for funds through the Department's Electronic Grant Administration and Management System (EGrAMS).

Deadline for submission of applications through EGrAMS is by close of business Monday, April 30, 2014.

The grant program will provide for the purposes of organization, development and improvement of Emergency Medical Services Systems, including but not limited to training of personnel and acquisition, modification and maintenance of necessary supplies and equipment. (210 ILCS, section 3.220(c))

As in past years, due to the limited amount of grant funds available, we will not consider applications for new vehicles, vehicle re-chassis, building projects or grant requests over $5000.00.

Please address questions to Paula Atteberry at paula.atteberry@illinois.gov or 217-785-2083.

Heartsaver AED Fund Grant for FY 2014

FY 2014 Grant Application can be found at idphgrants.com.

EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - General | EGrAMS Quick Start Guide - Grantee | EGrAMS Grantee User Manual v1.0 | IDPH Grantee Communication Memo | IDPH Grants Announcement Flyer

Deadline for submission of applications through the Department's Electronic Grant Administration and Management System (EGrAMS) is by close of business Monday, April 14, 2014.
Public Act 95-0721, Heartsaver AED Fund, is for the purpose of providing matching grants for the purchase of Automated External Defibrillators (AED). Any school, public park district, municipal recreation department, conservation district, forest preserve district, college or university in Illinois is eligible to receive a matching grant from the Heartsaver AED Fund.
Awards will be made to qualified applicants who demonstrate that they have the funds to pay 50 percent of the cost of the AED for which the matching grant money is sought at the cost determined by the State Master Contract or the Department. The Heartsaver AED Fund Grant award for FY14 is $450 or at 50 percent of the purchased AED price if less than $900.
Eligible entities are limited to one matching grant from the fund. Heartsaver AED Fund Grants will be awarded to eligible applicants until funds are exhausted. All applications must go though the Department's EGrAMS process.

Please address questions to Paula Atteberry at paula.atteberry@illinois.gov or 217-785- 2083.


Office of Women's Health
Women’s Health Initiative Mini-Grant Program
  • The grant application deadline has passed. Please check this website next summer for more information as to when the next round of grant applications will be released for the Women’s Health Initiative Mini-Grant Program.

State funds help support community activities addressing women's and girls' health issues. The office typically offers four mini-grant programs. For fiscal year 2014, those programs include Women Out Walking, Heart Smart for Teens, Building Better Bones or Life Smart for Women/Life Smart for Older Women.

Penny Severns Breast, Cervical and Ovarian Cancer Research Fund
The Penny Severns Breast, Cervical and Ovarian Cancer Research Fund is a special fund within the state treasury that is used for breast, cervical and ovarian cancer research grants. Revenue sources include general revenue funds, income tax contributions and gifts, as well as grants and awards from private foundations, nonprofit organizations and other governmental entities or persons. Grants support research in areas related to breast, cervical and ovarian cancer prevention, etiology, pathogenesis, early detection, treatment and behavioral sciences. Research also may include clinical trials. Although a majority of the applications submitted are bio-medical in nature, researchers in the fields of behavioral and social sciences also are encouraged to apply.
Carolyn Adams Ticket for the Cure Community Grants

The Illinois Department of Public Health, Office of Women’s Health, is pleased to announce the availability of funds for the Carolyn Adams Ticket for the Cure Community Grants. These funds support community activities addressing breast cancer awareness and education.

Completed applications are due to the Office of Women’s Health no later than 5 p.m. Monday, November 25, 2013, to support program activities from January 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. For more information, please contact Maureen Pennell Jennings at 217-782-4813.

FY 2014/15 Grant Application - Word | Budget Form - Excel


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