The San Francisco Tobacco Free Project provides funding to local community-based organizations with the goal of building their capacity to protect their communities from tobacco industry targeting and promotion. These community based organizations partners serve diverse communities throughout San Francisco, and have made great strides in countering tobacco influences in their neighborhoods through community-led research, education campaigns, and community leadership development.
Tobacco Free Project is excited and honored to expand its funding for local community-based organizations to prevent chronic disease at various levels of the spectrum of prevention. In the near future, our funded programs will include:
Funding faith, non-profit and community based organizations to address healthy eating, active living and tobacco prevention
- Innovative chronic disease prevention grants
- Community focus group discussions on tobacco use, knowledge and prevention for Black/African-American, Chinese Men and clients of Behavioral Health service providers
- Quit Smoking Programs for Black/African-American, Latinx, LGBT, and people at risk for HIV/AIDS
For more information about the upcoming Request for Proposal go here.
The Community Action Model 17-19 Creating change through building capacity of emerging community leaders to address community health at a policy-system-environmental change level.
- Menthol & Flavored tobacco products
- Healthy Retail
- Voluntary Smoke-Free Housing