Tufts Department of Health Promotion and Prevention encourages the development of creative health promotion initiatives by providing funding for mini-grants that promote and improve the quality of student health. Each semester Health Promotion and Prevention solicits health promotion proposals from members of the Tufts community for innovated strategies to address specific health topics. Awards will range from $50-$200.
Guidelines for Mini Grant Funding:
- The project must be health related (Project is defined as: a speaker, awareness campaign, social media campaign, social norms campaign, residence hall program, or poster presentation)
- Priority status will be given to those groups addressing key Health Promotion and Prevention topic areas including: alcohol or drugs, sexual misconduct, stress, sleep, nutrition, HIV/AIDS.
- Applicant must include a description of the project and its goals.
- Applicant must include the project's relevance to Tufts campus health.
- Applicant's organization must create a budget stating allocation of funds.
- The Department of Health Promotion and Prevention logo and acknowledgment of funding must be included on all materials paid for by the mini-grant.
- Applicant's organization must match the award in either with in-kind or other contributions.
- Proposed projects must be open to all students.
- Funding cannot be used for purchasing food or alcohol.