‘Healthy Living’ grants available through Austin Public Health, deadline is Jan. 11


(Todd Bailey/KXAN)

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin Public Health is continuing to accept applications for its Healthy Living mini-grant program through Jan. 11.

APH tweeted a call for applications Monday morning for the program that’s designed to promote healthy living in Austin and Travis County. APH says 8-10 projects will receive a grant up to $2,500 and there are a few areas that APH prefers the projects should focus on. They are:

  • Active Living (Physical Activity)
  • Tobacco-free Living
  • Healthy Eating
  • Community Gardens
  • Healthy Food Access
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Overall Wellness

The grants will be awarded to organizations who “focus on making a lasting change,” APH says.

The application is available on APH’s website.

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