“Health promotion is
the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their
health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behaviour towards a wide range of
social and environmental interventions.” – World Health Organization
Since 1997, VCH has provided more than $4 million dollars each year in grants to support community partners in their work to help empower vulnerable communities to increase control over, and improve, their health through addressing upstream social and/or environmental barriers.
Competition for all VCH Health Promotion
Grant programs (ACTION Mini-GRANTS for trauma prevention, Active Communities
Grants, One-time-Only (OTO) Health Promotion Project Grants, Overdose
Prevention Grants (only in 2017), and Youth-Run/Youth-Focussed Tobacco
Reduction Initiatives Funding) are now closed for 2017 and we are no
longer accepting applications. No new funding/general call for applications is anticipated for the Sharon Martin Community Health Promotion Program Grants (SMART) Program.
Please check back next year for 2018 grant program application deadlines and new grant opportunities.
Please contact us at email@example.com or (604) 714-3780 for more Information about VCH Health Promotion Grants – including:
If you want to apply for a grant but are not sure whether your project is eligible under the guidelines and criteria of a particular grant program.
If you have been awarded a VCH Health Promotion Grant and have questions or need help with reporting.
If you want to donate to help support community health promotion efforts.