Obici Healthcare Foundation is recruiting its next Chief Executive Officer

Prevention

We are working to prevent disease and promote healthy behaviors.

According to Healthy People 2020, regular physical activity can improve the health and quality of life for people of all ages, even ones with chronic disease or disability.

The focus of the Obici Healthcare Foundation’s Healthy Behaviors Initiative is to increase access to nutritional foods and physical activity and to improve health outcomes related to chronic diseases.

Healthy Spaces Grants (HS Grants)

Healthy behaviors such as physical activity and healthy eating can prevent chronic diseases, control weight, improve mood, boost energy, and improve longevity and wellbeing. Access to community assets such as playgrounds, walking trails, community gardens and farmers’ markets make it easier for people to make healthier choices that have the potential to improve their health.

Examples of fundable projects include, but are not limited to, the development and/or improvement of walking trails, playgrounds and parks; and farmers markets, community gardens, healthy corner stores and mobile markets.

While educational programs, classes and promotional campaigns can be helpful in building awareness, demands for and commitment to healthy behaviors, the purpose of this grant funding is to support “shovel-ready” projects within the Foundation’s service area that create or improve community infrastructure for physical activity and healthy eating.

Proposal Application Process & Important Dates

All applicants are required to submit a proposal application using the Foundation’s online system.

The Foundation strongly encourages interested organizations to connect with a Program Officer and discuss the alignment and feasibility of their organization’s request prior to applying. Please contact Kelvin Turner II at gro.fchicibo@renrutk or via telephone at (757) 539-8810 to schedule a meeting. 

Proposal Application Materials

Additional Resources

Online Application Portal

For proposal application submission

Healthy Behaviors Grants for Partnerships, Planning or Implementation Grants (PPI Grants)

Healthy behaviors such as healthy eating and physical activity can prevent chronic diseases, control weight, improve mood, boost energy, and improve longevity and wellbeing. OHF supports community-driven solutions for improving the overall health and well-being of all residents within its service area, particularly those experiencing the greatest disparities in health based on income, race/ethnicity and geographic location.

Recognizing that communities within the the Foundation’s service area are unique and have different assets and needs, this RFP offers three distinct but complementary funding opportunities:

  1. Partnership Development Grants
  2. Planning Grants
  3. Implementation Grants

Applicants should choose the funding opportunity that most closely aligns with their readiness and capacity as well as community needs.  

Proposal Application Process & Important Dates

All applicants are required to submit a proposal application using the Foundation’s online system.

The Foundation strongly encourages interested organizations to connect with a Program Officer and discuss the alignment and feasibility of their organization’s request prior to applying. Please contact Kelvin Turner II, at gro.fchicibo@renrutk or via telephone at (757) 539-8810 to schedule a meeting.

Proposal Application Materials

Additional Resources

Online Application Portal

For proposal application submission