Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) - Office of Tobacco Control (OTC)
11/30/20 5:00 PM Central Time
Grant to a Mississippi nonprofit or for-profit organizations to prevent the use of tobacco by children and youth. Funding is intended to support activities that increase awareness and provide education and resources to deter youth vaping. The purpose of this program is to encourage youth to reject vaping-related products such as Juul and other electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS). The proposer can focus on vape pens, any e-cigarettes, new and emerging products (puff bars, etc.). The activities in this RFP will focus on youth ages K-12.
Mississippi State Department of Health Office of Tobacco Control (MSDH OTC) is committed to collaborating with organizations to empower youth to reject vaping products and create a generation free of vaping. The MSDH OTC is committed to providing tools for prevention in this vaping epidemic. In support of these efforts, the MSDH OTC is soliciting proposals to support youth vaping prevention activities. The current opportunity is for an organization to implement a plan for vaping awareness, education, and resources within schools and communities. These efforts must be planned, scheduled and strategic.
GrantWatch ID#: 193098
The MSDH OTC will award 1 (one) sub-grantee to execute the activities associated with this RFP.
The funding level is not to exceed $100,000.
All activities implemented will be conducted prior to June 30, 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit proposals to:
Office of Tobacco Control
805 South Wheatley Street, Suite 400-A
Ridgeland, Mississippi 39157
All official communication from proposers regarding the requirements of this RFP shall be directed to Darrius Moore, Director, Youth Programs, Office of Tobacco Control, 805 South Wheatley Street, Suite 400-A, Ridgeland, Mississippi 39157 or emailed to email@example.com.
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