The New Jersey Recreation and Park Association tracks grant programs its members may benefit from. The links published below do not guarantee grant programs will be immediately available.
Walk With Ease: NRPA and the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD), along with support from the CDC, are providing this grant opportunity to local park and recreation agencies to implement the Walk With Ease (WWE) program. WWE is an evidenced-based program provided by the Arthritis Foundation that was developed to help people, with or without arthritis, form walking groups whose goals are safety and success. For more information go to: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1806634/2014-Arthritis-Interventions-Grant
Morgan Stanley Hopes To Improve Children’s Wellness: A $500,000 grant from Morgan Stanley is supporting nutrition programs, wellness education, health screenings, and the development of safe places to play like the playground built this summer by employees and volunteers. “What we are attempting to do is combine nutrition, wellness education, health screenings with healthy foods, and then also provide safe places to play,” Steinberg said. “We’re trying to see if we can move the needle on kid’s health if you start pulling these things together.” For the full article go to:http://www.njbiz.com/article/20140715/NJBIZ01/140719823/Morgan-Stanley-hopes-Newark-program-improves-kids%27-wellness
Government Grant Listings Local government agencies can benefit from grant opportunities available through federal and state government sources.
State of New Jersey – Department of Health and Human Services – Shaping NJ
State of New Jersey – Department of Community Affairs – SAGE
State of New Jersey – Division of Parks & Forestry – Trails Grants
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
United States Fish & Wildlife Service
Partnership Grant Listings
The National Recreation & Park Association has developed many partnerships members of NJRPA may take advantage of. Membership in NRPA may be required to access these funding sources. NRPA – National Initiatives
Private Grant Listings
Private companies and organizations throughout the world donate money and resources to the public sector and local non-profit organizations. The sources listed below are known contributors to Parks, Recreation and Conservation initiatives.
Following is the link to the full announcement and guidelines: http://www.grants.gov/web/
Have a listing you’d like to share? Email a web link or the grant name to: firstname.lastname@example.org.