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Community Health Grant Applications Due

Reminder: deadline approaching!

The deadline for applications to the Community Health Grants Program​ is fast approaching!  The objective of the Community Health Grants Program is to provide seed money to community-based health projects and initiatives throughout Atlantic Canada that respond to local and provincial breast health/cancer needs. Community Health Grants are intended to support projects that fulfill the vision and mission of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Atlantic Region in the areas of health promotion, early detection and effective treatment.

Deadline: September 20, 2013

To discuss your project idea, or for assistance with completing your Community Health Grants application, please contact Mary Wilson, Grant Allocations Officer at 902-423-0730, toll-free 1-866-273-2223, or via email: mwilson@cbcf.org