In 2010, the Consumer Wellness Center awarded $1,000 grants to the best-qualified
schoolteachers or program administrators who are working directly with groups
of school children or expectant mothers.
The 2010 recipients are:
children's overseas learning opportunities and resources society,
will use the $1,000 grant to purchase quality food and supplies for its Tiny
The Jackson Teen Parent Program
lifestyle youth enhancement project in a low-income
area of Mississippi, will use the $1,000 grant to buy a blender and food supplies
for its educational seminars.
Vida Charter School
Located in an ethnically, socio-economically, and culturally diverse Pennsylvania
neighborhood where proper nutrition is lacking, Vida Charter School will use
food and cooking equipment for its Food is Elementary
UnderMountain Elementary School
This school in Massachusetts
plans to use the $1,000 grant
to completely fund its Eat Well and Learn Program, a nutrition course that will
teach 375 children about the importance of organic and locally-grown food, as
well as how to prepare such foods for snacks and meals.
Neshaminy School District
For the second year in a row, the Neshaminy School District in Pennsylvania has
been awarded a $1,000 grant that it will use to further expand its Nutrition:
Fitness for Life program.
The C.A.R.E. Center
program of New Hope Elementary School in Alabama, will
use its $1,000 grant to purchase nutritional videos, a refrigerator, an electric
range, and various cookware and utensils needed for its healthy cooking club.
The Nurture Organization of Illinois
And for the second year in a row, The Nurture Organization of Illinois will use
the $1,000 grant to purchase food and cooking supplies for its prenatal nutrition
Click here to see the 2011 grant recipients
Click here to see the 2010 grant recipients
Click here to see the 2009 grant recipients
Click here to see the 2008 grant recipients
Any questions regarding this program can be directed to Holly at Holly.P at ConsumerWellness.org
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