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2019-2020 Requests for Proposals

Focus Groups with Priority Populations

Release date: July 8th, 2019
Due date: July 29th, 2019 by *12pm*

The San Francisco Public Health Foundation in partnership with the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Tobacco Free Project is excited to announce Requests for Proposals for the Focus Groups with Priority Population grants. For September 2019 through June 2020, we are excited to offer funding for up to 4 Priority Focus Group Discussion grants at $40,000 each for a 10-month project period.

To download the RFP, visit: https://sfphf.org/rfpfgd05-2019
For any questions, please email: tfp.fgd@sfphf.org

Informational Session at SF Public Health Foundation:
Wednesday, July 17th 2019
10am –12pm
1 Hallidie Plaza, Suite 808
Web conferencing link: https://zoom.us/j/893759031
Call-in number: 1-669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 893759031#

Community Action Model

Release data: May 6th 2019
Due date: May 31st 2019 by *12pm*

The San Francisco Public Health Foundation in partnership with the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Tobacco-Free Project is excited to announce Request for Proposals for Community Action Model (CAM) grants. For July 2019 to June 2021, the San Francisco Public Health Foundation is offering funding for up to 4 Community Action Model grants at $100,000 each year.

If you are interested in applying, please visit https://sfphf.org/RFPCAM02-2019/ to download the RFP application.
Webinar on CAM available at: https://youtu.be/vy3dPTBXKOU
For any questions, please email: TFP_CAM@sfphf.org

Informational Session:
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
10am -12pm
25 Van Ness Ave, Room 610
San Francisco, CA 94102

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.

The Community Action Model 18-19 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

 

(Updated May 2019)