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Grant Opportunity for Renter Health



Health starts in our homes. Where we live and how we live have a big impact on health and well-being. And, increasing access to nutritious foods, physical activity, and smoke-free places helps promote individual well-being and thriving communities. 

Bloomington Public Health (BPH) is offering funding to renters and groups connected to rent-burdened communities in Bloomington, Edina, and Richfield. Being rent-burdened means a household spends more than 30 percent of their income on rent.

Full Application: (English

Projects that receive funding will focus on strategies that:

  • Change established policies or systems, making it easier for renters to make healthy choices.
  • Change environments in which renters live by increasing access to healthy food, physical activity and clean air.
  • Focus on those with greater need: rent-burdened households from diverse populations.

Deadline to apply: August 15, 2022

Anticipated total projects to be funded: 3 to 5

Anticipated notice of award: September 1-5, 2022

Funding period: September 2022 - September 2023

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