Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024
Boulder Daily Camera: Boulder seeks proposals for 2025 health equity fund from groups

Boulder is currently inviting local organizations to submit proposals for its 2025 Health Equity Fund. The fund aims to support community-based health equity programs that will benefit members of the Boulder community who are facing disparities in their health. In 2025, Boulder plans to allocate approximately $3.8 million to selected organizations through a competitive application process.

To apply, organizations must submit their proposals electronically using the Foundant grant management system by 4 p.m. on August 12th. All funding allocations must align with the intent and language of the Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Product Distribution Tax, a ballot measure approved in November 2016.

The goal of Boulder’s Health Equity Fund is to reduce disparities and improve health equity for individuals who face systemic socio-economic and health obstacles. Supported programs include health services aimed at preventing obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and oral diseases as well as increased access to healthy food, clean water, wellness programs, and physical fitness. To learn more about the fund and participate in an information session, interested applicants can visit

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