MOAPPP Announcements

October is Let's Talk Month

Let's Talk Month

Let's Talk Month is a community campaign that supports parents in their efforts to talk to their children openly and honestly about sexuality and relationships. Let's Talk Month is an excellent opportunity for you to involve parents in your sexual health education work with youth. Use ETR's emerging research on parent-child connectedness (PCC) to design Let's Talk Month intervention activities that will increase important parent-behaviors that lead to PCC (PDF).

Read more about and register for MOAPPP's day-long training with national trainers Lori Rolleri and Steve Bean from ETR Associates on October 11 or October 12. MOAPPP will be updating its resources available online to help you plan LTM events and awareness campaigns during the month of October. Start talking today about your plans for LTM!

MOAPPP Staff Transitions

MOAPPP bids a fond farewell to Judy Ojeda. Judy was a part of the MOAPPP staff for 4½ years, starting as the Latino Outreach Project Coordinator, and moving into the role of Outreach Coordinator. Please join us in thanking Judy for her years of service, and in wishing her well as she moves forward.

MOAPPP Hiring for Three Positions

MOAPPP is hiring for three positions: Outreach Coordinator, Program Coordinator and Adolescent Parent Intern. Full job descriptions will be available on the MOAPPP website the week of September 11.

Become a MOAPPP member today!

MOAPPP is a member-supported organization that relies on annual membership dues from individuals and organizations so that we may provide the many programs and services that you, and others who work with and care about youth, have come to depend on. To join online, please visit To print a membership form that can be mailed or faxed, go to Questions?

Other Announcements

HPV Vaccine Issue Module

A new issue module available from the Kaiser Family Foundation summarizes research and data on human papillomavirus and cervical cancer discussing issues related to the implementation of the new HPV vaccine, including public education, financing and privacy. For more information, please visit

Kaiser Coverage of XVI International AIDS Conference

Visit to view coverage of the recent conference, including a session on Understanding Adolescent Sexuality and Sexual Health Promotion.

In the News

Challenges Parents, Physicians Face in Addressing HPV Vaccine

The AP/Washington Post recently examined the challenges parents and physicians face in addressing the issues associated with Merck's human papillomavirus vaccine Gardasil. Last month the FDA approved Gardasil for sale and marketing to girls and women ages nine to 26. CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recently voted unanimously to recommend that all girls ages 11 and 12 receive the vaccine. For more information, visit

FDA Approves Nonprescription Sales of Plan B for Women Over Age 18

On August 24th, the FDA approved Barr Laboratories' application for nonprescription sales of its emergency contraceptive Plan B to women ages 18 and older. Women 17 and under will need a prescription to access Plan B, which can prevent pregnancy if taken up to 72 hours after sexual intercourse. For more information, visit

Complaint Filed Against Pharmacies for Declining to Fill EC Prescription Refills

The New York Civil Liberties Union recently filed complaints with the New York State Department of Education's Office of Professions alleging that CVS and Rite Aid pharmacists refused to dispense refills of prescriptions for emergency contraception. For more information, visit

Article Looks at Adolescent Perception of Sexual Abstinence

"Our findings of confusion around the definition of sexual abstinence underscore the need for a clear operational definition of abstinence in research and programs," write the authors of an article published in the August 2006 issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health. The purposes of the study described in this article were to:

  • Examine how early and middle adolescents conceptualize abstinence
  • Identify developmental and contextual issues influencing abstinence decisions
  • Explore the roles of gender and behavioral experience

The authors found that participants knew that abstinence had something to do with sex, but many were unsure of its exact meaning. The authors conclude that "Adolescents are likely to be best served by placing abstinence back within the framework of broader sexuality education. This would provide adolescents with the information and decision-making skills to evaluate relationships, develop communication within relationships, and accurately assess their own level of readiness."

Ott, M.A., Pfeiffer, E.J., Fortenberry D. (2006). Perceptions of sexual abstinence among high-risk early and middle adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health 39(2), 192-197. Abstract available at

Young People More Likely to Use Condoms with Casual Partners than with a Main Partner

According to the study, "Condom Use with "Casual" and "Main" Partners: What's in a Name?" young people (ages 15-21) are more likely to use condoms with a casual sex partner than with their main partner. Researchers in their survey assessed condom use within the past 90 days of sexually active young people, evaluated participants' sexual attitudes, questioned their substance use and gathered demographic data on the participants. The researchers say interventions that do not target attitudes and practices related to casual partners as compared with main partners may miss an opportunity to change risk behaviors. They conclude that the study demonstrates the importance of understanding an adolescent's perception of partner types in order to design effective interventions. (Lescano et al. (2006). Condom Use with "Casual" and "Main" Partners: What's in a Name? Journal of Adolescent Health).

Trends in Contraception Use Among U.S. Teens

According to Child Trends' latest research brief, more teen females are protected by condoms hwne they have sex for the first time than in the past. However, Hispanic teens reported the lowest levels of all racial/ethnic groups to use any contraceptive method when they have sex for the first time. To read the research brief online, please visit (PDF).

2005 Results of Sexual Behavior Survey Released: Improvements in Teen Sexual Risk Behavior Flatline

The CDC released in its "Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report" (MMWR), an analysis of the latest survey on sexual behaviors of high school students (grades nine through twelve). The report, "Trends in HIV-Related Risk Behaviors Among High School Students - United States, 1991-2005," found that much-touted improvements in adolescent sexual risk-taking behavior actually took place from 1991 to 1999, and that fewer additional improvements occurred after 2000. To read the full press release, please visit

New Resource on LGBTQ Youth and Foster Care

"Out of the Margins" is a just released report which highlights the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in foster care from Lambda Legal and the Child Welfare League of America. Its contents include: addressing negative attitudes about LGBTQ youth, safe and supportive placements, homeless LGBTQ youth and issues facing LGBTQ youth in school. Download "Out of the Margins" from (PDF), or order a copy.

Groundbreaking Research on Parent-Child Connectedness

The results of new research on parent-child connectedness (PCC) are now available on ETR's ReCAPP website. ReCAPP has made available two new resources exploring the powerful impact of PCC on advancing adolescent health.

  • PCC Logic Model
    This logic model is designed to help you understand the PCC construct and help you apply it to your work with parents and teens. A pdf version of this logic model. is available for free on ReCAPP. The 36-page print version, in booklet form, is also available for $12 per copy and can be ordered through ReCAPP's Products for Sale page.
  • Intervention Activities
    This collection of six interactive activities is designed to strengthen various behaviors and determinants related to PCC. Developed primarily for use by practitioners in the area of adolescent reproductive health, these activities are general enough for a variety of prevention practitioners seeking to strengthen PCC. A pdf version of these interventions is available for free on ReCAPP. The 74-page spiral bound print version is available for $15 per copy and can be ordered through ReCAPP's Products for Sale page. Each intervention is also available as a separate learning activity in ReCAPP's Learning Activity section.

MOAPPP is excited to host the developers of these materials at the October 11th and 12th workshops: Parent-Child Connectedness: New Interventions to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. This is a chance for you to explore the new PCC research and resources in an engaging daylong workshop. For more information, please visit the MOAPPP website.


October 11 & 12, 2006
Parent Child Connectedness: New Interventions to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

A one-day workshop offered on two dates
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
October 11: The PREP Center - District 287, 1820 Xenium Lane North - Plymouth
October 12: Temple Israel, 2324 Emerson Avenue South - Minneapolis
Registration Fee: $75.00

In recognition of Let's Talk Month, MOAPPP is sponsoring a day-long training with Lori Rolleri and Steve Bean from ETR Associates, that examines the role of parent-child connectedness (PCC) in preventing teen pregnancy. This interactive workshop offers science-based intervention activities designed to maintain and increase PCC in families. For more information please download the flyer and registration form.

Other Events

July 15 – September 30, 2006
What's New With Teens and Their Families? Research Update for Professionals

Offered by the University of Minnesota Extension Service, this online course is designed for professionals working with families of teens and explores current research in:

  • Normative adolescent development and what it means for the parent-adolescent relationship
  • The two-way relationship between teens and their larger family system including child agency and parenting styles

Participants have access to the course until September 30 and can go in and out as often as they choose. The course takes 3 hours to complete, with additional time for reading and online discussion optional. Registration is $45 per person, which includes CEUs. For more information and registration, visit the U of MN Extension Service website.

August 10 - October 26, 2006
Nonprofit Human Service Delivery: Government Partnerships and Systems Change

Now, more than ever, social services program staff and leaders are using the expertise gained from providing services in order to inform the public policy dialogue to create broad-based systems changes that will improve the quality of life of participants and promote equality and justice in economic, racial and other terms. This workshop will explore how local governments and nonprofits work together to serve the public, identify obstacles to effective working relationships and develop strategies to overcome these obstacles. Framing strategies to restore the public's perception of good government will also be discussed.

For more information, along with specific times and locations, please visit

September 7 - October 26, 2006
8 half-day Youth Development Workshops

Thursdays, September - October
Metropolitan State University
700 East 7th Street, St. Paul
Parking will be validated (free)

Workshops A-D, F-H: Auditorium
Workshop E: Library

YIPA 2006 Workshop Collection: A collection of independent professional development half-day workshops designed to meet the growing needs of youth service personnel.

These 8 workshops all offer CEU credits (up to 24.0 hours). See for complete workshop descriptions, speaker biographies, schedules and online registration. For more information, and the registration form, see the brochure. (PDF)

  • Workshop A: Bullied to Death (9/7)
  • Workshop B: Down & Out: GLBT Youth in a System of Care (9/14)
  • Workshop C: Youth Suicide Prevention: An Adult Gatekeeper's Guide (9/21)
  • Workshop D: Gambling & Youth (9/28)
  • Workshop E: Strategies for Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention in Minnesota (10/5)
  • Workshop F: Youth & Co-occurring Disorders (10/12)
  • Workshop G: Preventing Sexual Harm of Youth (10/19)
  • Workshop H:, Internet Chatting & More: Keeping Youth Safe Online (10/26)

Sponsored by MN Youth Intervention Programs Association & Metropolitan State University.

September 12, 2006
Somali Family Resource Conference

9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Minneapolis Community and Technical College

Somali Family Services invites you to participate in the 2006 Third Annual Somali Family Resource Conference; "Empowering Minds, Building Leaders and Bridging the Communities." Somalis, nonprofit organizations, education institutions, government institutions, all interested community leaders, students and the general public are invited to attend. Details are online at

September 14, 2006
UCare Health Fair

Admission is free!
10:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Earle Brown Heritage Center
6155 Earle Brown Drive, Brooklyn Center

The first-ever UCare Health Fair will feature a variety of health screenings, educational sessions, cultural entertainment and childrens' activities. UCare is seeking health vendors and presenters to participate. Contact May Seng Cha, if you're interested in presenting, at (612) 676-3565.

September 18, 2006
Bridges Out of Poverty: Strategies for Professionals and Communities with Emphasis on Teens

8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Marsden Room, Ramsey County Public Works Facility
425 Paul Kirkwold Drive, Arden Hills

This workshop examines the latest research findings on generational poverty; how language, family and hidden rules of class operate; and the differences in economic cultures and how those differences impact opportunities for success. To register, visit the Ramsey County Public Health website. Questions? contact Sharon Lynch, 651-266-2505 or

September 21 & 22, 2006
Healing Ourselves & Strengthening Our Work with HIV

Mystic Lake Casino Hotel
2400 Mystic Lake Boulevard, Prior Lake, Minnesota

Organized by MDH, this conference is aimed at improving the capacity of community-based organizations as they deliver HIV/ AIDS services to people of African, American Indian, Asian, and Latino descent. For more registration details, please see the conference brochure. For more information, contact , MDH Office of Minority and Multicultural Health at 651-201-5816.

September 21, 2006
2006 Minnesota Reproductive Health Update

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
University of Minnesota
Continuing Education and Conference Center, St. Paul Campus

  • What's Current in Contraception, STI Prevention & Treatment
  • Gain new perspectives on reproductive health issues
  • Network with providers, practitioners, clinicians, health educators, physicians and other health care providers
  • Assess the impact of the current political environment

For more information on this event, please visit

September 22, 2006
Minnesota Statewide Association for Family Planning (SAFPlan) Conference

Beyond Family Planning: Population, Health and Environment
8:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
The Women's Club of Minneapolis
410 Oak Grove Street

This conference will explore the connections between family planning in Minnesota and some of the key issues of health care and the environment. To register for the conference, please visit

September 28-29, 2006
Breaking the Silence: Families - Children - Community: Listen to their Voices, Hear their Cries

This two-day conference focuses on the effects of sexual violence in the lives of children and adults, legal issues, and the role of parents in prevention. For more information, contact Kim Zimmerman, Sexual Assault Program of Beltrami, Cass and Hubbard Counties, 218-444-9524, .

September 28, 2006
5th Biennial Child Care WORKS Convention

University of Minnesota, St. Paul

For more information, visit

October 9 - 13, 2006
Parenting Across Cultures

Lutheran Social Services of MN
2485 Como Avenue, St. Paul

The Wilder Foundation, along with Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota and Children's Home Society, are pleased to offer Parenting Across Cultures, a five-day workshop to help strengthen multi-ethnic families and communities.

The model has been identified as a promising practice by the Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and is based on the belief that parents will take responsibility for making good choices when given information on the consequences of different parenting strategies and techniques.

For more information visit, (PDF) or contact Juanita Slagerman at 651-642-2052 or

October 13-14, 2006
Men Can Make a Difference State Conference

Cragun's Resort, Brainerd, MN

This conference is for men who desire a world in which they, their children, partners, parents and friends can live free from the threat of sexual harm and abuse. The conference features Jackson Katz and Tony Porter. For more information or to register, please visit

October 19, 2006
MN YIPA Workshop: Preventing Sexual Harm of Youth

9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Metropolitan State University Auditorium, St. Paul Campus
700 East 7th Street, St. Paul, MN 55106

Cost: $35.00 members/$45.00 non-members

This workshop examines the current attitudes and sexual behaviors of young people and our society; and gives participants practical tools to counter negative sexual messages and promote healthy sexuality. For more information, go to and scroll down.

October 23, 30 and November 6, 2006
The MN Youth Work Institute: Positive Youth Development as a Primary Prevention Strategy Against Sexual Violence

9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
1000 East 80th St., Bloomington, MN

Cost: $110 ($100 before October 15)

Historically, there has been a tension between those adults who work in "prevention and intervention" settings and those who work in "developmental" settings with youth. This workshop bridges those philosophies and explores how using a positive youth development approach to working with youth is a primary prevention strategy. The goal of this workshop is to understand how to support and guide all young people in building healthy relationships in all facets of their lives. To register, please visit

October 25, 2006
Teen Parent Connection Forum and Resource Fair

11:00 a.m. - 12:30: Forum and Lunch
1:00 p.m. - 4:00: Networking and Resource Fair
Sabathani Community Center
310 38th St. - Minneapolis

The Teen Parent Connection Community Forum and Resource Fair is a great opportunity for organizations that work with teen parents and their families to network, collect resource information and provide program information to other organizations. For an invitation or to register to participate in the fair, please see the brochure (PDF).

October 28, 2006
First Annual Interfaith Teen Summit: Addressing Teen Relationship Issues by Exploring Faith Traditions and Values

9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church
585 Fuller Avenue, St. Paul, MN

This summit will allow teens the opportunity to address relationship issues, including sexuality issues, by exploring faith traditions and values in youth-facilitated workshops. A parent/adult forum addressing the same issues will be facilitated by a leader in the field of faith traditions and values as they relate to teen relationships. For more information and registration requirements, contact Juliet Mitchell at 651-330-1050, , or Merceil Burkhalter at 612-529-3593, .

November 12-16, 2006
Great Lakes Institute for Community Health Educators (GLICHE)

Doubletree Hotel in Madison, Wisconsin

GLICHE is an intensive five-day residential institute for professionals working in adolescent reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, community health, school classrooms, GLBT, sexuality and family planning education. For more information and to register, please visit

December 6, 2006
Shutting Off the Tap to Teens IX

8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Bloomington Civic Plaza, Bloomington, MN

A skill-building workshop to help reduce underage social access to alcohol. For more information, contact Julie Wilbert at 612-348-4033 or .

Funding Opportunities

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Please Note: All deadlines are subject to change. Please verify dates with the funder before submitting a proposal.

Women Helping Others (WHO) Foundation

The WHO Foundation was established to address health, education and wellness concerns specifically for women and children.

Since 1993 the foundation has provided funding for critical health and education projects that give women and children the knowledge and tools they need to improve their lives.

For more information, visit
Deadline: September 12, 2006

St. Paul Children's Collaborative

The St. Paul Children's Collaborative will provide funding to organizations that serve families and children in St. Paul. These services must focus on working with vulnerable families to reduce racial disparities, prevent child abuse and neglect and foster collaboration between organizations. The Collaborative will only consider applicants that can demonstrate their ability to provide culturally appropriate, outcomes-focused services and work with families within their cultural context. Grants range from $15,000 to $250,000 and organizations may submit multiple requests.

For more information, visit
Deadline: September 15, 2006

The Healthier Minnesota Community Clinic Fund

The Healthier Minnesota Community Clinic Fund (Foundation) is an independent foundation created to improve the quality of care for low income people, communities of color, and the medically underserved. The Foundation will accomplish its mission by providing grants to community clinics. The Foundation will award approximately $1.3 million in grants in 2006.

For more information, visit
Deadline: September 15, 2006

Youth Service America (YSA)/US Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

The YouthRising program will offers grants of $2,000 for organizations in the United States to engage high risk and/or gang-involved youth (ages 12-25) in volunteer service to their communities. A significant portion of the project must take place on National & Global Youth Service Day, April 20-22, 2007. Organizations with documented success in prevention/intervention work with high risk and gang-involved youth are eligible.

For more information, visit
Deadline: October 12, 2006

Irwin Andrew Porter Foundation

The Irwin Andrew Porter Foundation accepts a limited number of proposals for multi-year and matching grants from nonprofits that focus on serving families and children and that "foster connections between communities and individuals and create partnerships with multiple organizations." Grants range from $500 to $25,000. Although the foundation does fund nationally, they are based in Minneapolis and Minnesota is one of their key states.

For more information, visit
Deadline: October 13, 2006

Women's Foundation of Minnesota

The Women's Foundation of MN is seeking girlsBEST Planning Grant applications from underrepresented and underserved girls and communities. The projects should be designed to achieve two key outcomes: increased readiness for girls to achieve economic well-being and increased economic well-being for girls through their own public education, activism and advocacy.

For more information, visit (PDF).
Deadline: October 13, 2006

Pay It Forward Foundation

This foundation funds one-time-only service-oriented projects identified by youth as activities they would like to perform to benefit their school, neighborhood, or greater community. Projects must contain a "pay it forward" focus - they must be based on the concept of one person doing a favor for others, who in turn do favors for others, with the results growing exponentially. Schools, churches and community youth groups with an adult sponsor are eligible for the grants.

For more information, visit
Deadline: October 15, 2006

Youth Service America (YSA) and the State Farm Companies Foundation

YSA and the State Farm Companies Foundation are offering the State Farm Good Neighbor Service-Learning Grant for youth across the United States (must be residing in one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia). These grants of up to $1,000 support youth (ages 5-25), teachers, or school-based service-learning coordinators in implementing service-learning projects for National and Global Youth Service Day, April 20-22, 2007.

For more information, visit
Deadline: October 16, 2006

Public Health Conference Support Program

The purpose of conference support funding is to provide partial support for specific non-Federal conferences in the areas of health promotion and disease prevention information and education programs, and applied research. This program addresses the "Healthy People 2010" focus areas, including injury and violence prevention, maternal, infant and child health, sexually transmitted infections, and substance abuse. Applicants can submit an application for a conference that is not part of a series for a one-year project period or an applicant can submit a proposal for a three-year project period when a series of annual conferences are proposed by a sponsoring organization.

For more information, visit
Deadline: Cycle A - November 9, 2006; Cycle B - February 2, 2007 (Letters of Intent)

The SuperValu Foundation

The SuperValu Foundation manages giving at the corporate level and focuses on giving in the state of Minnesota where SuperValu's headquarters are located. One funding focus area is education, specifically K-12 and post-secondary educational programs with a special interest in leadership development, school-to-work readiness and after-school programs for children.

For more information, visit
Deadline: November 15, 2006

Ann Bancroft Foundation

The Ann Bancroft Foundation supports girls and women to realize their highest dreams and potential. The foundation is accepting applications for its Fall 2006 round of Dare to Dream mini-grants for Minnesota girls age 10 through grade 10. For this program, the foundation seeks grant applications from girls who need financial help to realize their potential.

For more information, visit
Deadline: November 15, 2006

American Association of University Women (AAUW)

The AAUW promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change. AAUW Community Action Grants provide funds that address issues related to the needs of women and girls or that provide information to educate and benefit the public on those issues. Activities and research must support the advancement of education and equity for women and girls.

For more information, visit
Deadline: January 15, 2007

First Universalist Foundation - General Fund

The Foundation will place a high priority on projects that meet the following criteria:

  • Focus on issues relating to children, youth, and families and/or housing.
  • Address the root causes of social justice problems and work toward systemic change.
  • Demonstrate the potential to have a significant impact on the community.
  • Have clear-cut components that demonstrate service, action and/or education.
  • Focus on the Twin Cities community.

For more information, visit
Deadline: March 15, 2007, 2006. Early submission of proposals is encouraged.


ALZA Corporation

The ALZA Corporation is accepting applications for its Health and Human Services Grant program. ALZA contributes to selected activities and organizations that enhance the quality of life in the communities where the company has employees and facilities. The company will provide general support and project funding, with preference given to those programs that serve a broad constituency of communities and people.

For more information, visit

Entergy Corporation

Entergy is accepting applications for its Open Grants Program. The purpose of this program is to improve communities as a whole, including the area of healthy families. Programs should have a direct impact on the children and families served.

For more information, visit

Federated Department Stores, Inc.

A new program, Macy's Make It Happen Grants, will provide financial and marketing support to assist small to mid-size nonprofit organizations launch new programs and initiatives that wouldn't be possible without funding and resources from other sources. Applications for this program will be available this fall.

For more information, visit

Magic Johnson Foundation

The Magic Johnson Foundation is accepting applications for its HIV/AIDS Grants program. The purpose of this program is to support organizations in inner-cities in outreach, education, prevention, health and social services about HIV/AIDS.

For more information, visit

Nathan Cummings Foundation Health Program Grants

The Nathan Cummings Foundation is accepting applications for its Health Program Grants. The purpose of this program is to improve people's health and well-being, with priority on addressing barriers due to socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity or gender, recognizing the link between physical health and economic, social, environmental, psychological, and spiritual factors that affect individuals, families and communities.

For more information, visit

Qwest Foundation

The Qwest Foundation (a telephone company) awards grants to nonprofit organizations that focus on enriching the lives of children by supporting solid preK-12 educational programs. They support programs and initiatives that build lasting value for Qwest customers and the 14- state region they serve including Minnesota.

For more information, visit

Robert Sterling Clark Foundation

The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation supports three program areas, one of which is: ensuring access to comprehensive reproductive health information and services nationally through advocacy. The objective of their work in this field is to promote the implementation of laws, policies and practices that protect women's access to comprehensive reproductive health information and services.

For more information, visit

Singing for Change (Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville)

Grants are awarded to programs that are concerned with the health, education and protection of children and their families. Projects that foster self-esteem and self-sufficiency and that teach nonviolence and creative problem solving are most likely to be considered. Singing for Change offers competitive grants to progressive, community-based, nonprofit organizations that address the root causes of social and environmental problems.

For more information, visit

Tenet Healthcare Foundation

The Tenet Healthcare Foundation is accepting applications for its Healthcare and Healthcare Education grants program. The purpose of this program is to support organizations in the area of healthcare and healthcare education, particularly those that have working relationships with Tenet facilities.

For more information, visit

William Randolph Hearst Foundation

The William Randolph Hearst Foundation is accepting applications for its Health Grants program. The purpose of this program is to improve access to quality health care for undeserved populations in rural and urban areas.

For more information, visit

UPS Foundation

The UPS Foundation is accepting applications for its Human Welfare Grants program. The purpose of this program is to support organizations in the areas of human welfare, including systemic illiteracy, hunger and poverty, and families and children in crisis.

For more information, visit

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There are no new inkind grants available at this time.

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Other Resources

There are no new grant resources available at this time.

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