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Health Foundation announces grants availability for local nonprofits

The Health Foundation of South Florida, a group that awards grants to local health care-oriented nonprofits, has issued a call for applications from organizations working to improve health in Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties.

The Health Foundation’s grants focus on groups promoting healthy eating and active communities; behavioral health; and primary care and prevent health measures. 

Since 1993, the Health Foundation has awarded more than $100 million in grants and program support, investing in projects that work to create healthier communities and ensure access to health care for all residents, especially the under served.

To apply for a Health Foundation grant, interested nonprofits must submit an electronic preliminary proposal application form by Monday, Dec. 2.

Groups successfully completing the preliminary proposal process will then be invited to submit full proposals by Jan. 30, for grants to be announced May 28-30, 2014.

Applications are available on the Foundation’s at www.hfsf.org. For more information, call 305-374-7200.

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