Content tagged "find funding opportunities"

Getting Help and Cash: Building Relationships and Finding Funding

Healthy Food Choices in Schools Updated: September 18, 2017

Adam Brumberg, Deputy Director, Cornell Food and Brand Lab, presents on how school food service organizations can build relationships with external...

A Salad Bar for Everyone: Finding Funds for a Salad Bar

Healthy Food Choices in Schools Updated: March 23, 2016

“It looks really beautiful! I would put our salad bar up against any salad bar in town because it looks that good!”-- Kathy Burrill the food service director...

Partnering with National and Local Organizations to Access Resources for your Cafeteria

Healthy Food Choices in Schools Updated: February 10, 2016

“Work smarter, not harder”, “two heads are better than one”, "why reinvent the wheel” – these axioms make a lot of sense; especially in the business of...

10 Things Funders Look for in a Grant Application

Healthy Food Choices in Schools Updated: January 21, 2016

Writing a grant is a lot of work, but the benefits can greatly outweigh the costs. These tips will make your grant application more appealing to funders....

Benefits of Working with Cooperative Extension

Healthy Food Choices in Schools Updated: October 07, 2015

Consider calling your local county or university based Cooperative Extension office for reliable, research based resources and strategies to assist you in...

How to Make Your Salad Bar Healthy and Popular

Healthy Food Choices in Schools Updated: March 30, 2015

Include all Meal Components—making a salad meet the NSLP requirements for a full meal is quite easy with a salad bar! Make sure that the utensils measure the...

What Are Funders Looking For In Grant Applications?

Healthy Food Choices in Schools Updated: July 31, 2014

Many programs, including numerous school food programs, which are conducted in the United States receive a large portion of their funding through grant...

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