The aim of this proactive nutrition and healthy lifestyle initiative is to address the lack of physical activity, poor nutrition and childhood obesity in Michigan communities by leveraging and coordinating efforts to enable children in Michigan to practice healthy behaviors and live healthy lives.
- Alpena Area Senior Citizens Council, Inc. – Project “Student Gourmet”, $200,000.
- Community Foundation of Greater Flint – Expansion of Flint and Genesee Access to Healthy Food Initiative, $449,436
- Delta-Schoolcraft ISD – U.P. Health Project, $497,855
- Fair Food Network – Innovating Technology and Expanding Geographies for Double Up Healthy Food Incentives, $500,000
- Food Bank Council of Michigan – Defining the Needs of Michigan’s Emergency Response Network, $450,000
- Health Net of West Michigan – FitKids360 Expansion & Infrastructure, $401,124
- Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan – Michigan Tribal Food Access Collaborative Project, $398,388
- Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principals Association (MEMSPA) – Incorporating Health and Wellness into School Improvement Plans Statewide Pilot Project, $400,000
- Munson Healthcare Foundations – Building a Child-Focused Health and Wellness Culture in Northern Michigan, $401,513
- National Kidney Foundation of Michigan – PEACH (Project for EArly Childhood Health), $433,960
- Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties – Healthy Kids U.P., $310,746
- Sparrow Foundation – Sparrow Health System – Be Well in the Kitchen, $167,140
- Wayne State University – Community Health Pipeline: Youth Catalyst for Change, $262,784