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2021 Application for Project Proposals

Now Accepting 2021 Applications for Project Proposals

Be Healthy Mini-Contracts

The Be Healthy project promotes increased access 
to physical activity and increased access to healthy 
foods in Clay and McDowell counties in West 
Virginia. Organizations can apply for $3,000 to
 $10,000 dollars for projects that address these
 goals. Projects that support long-term sustainable
 changes are prioritized.

Application Deadline: January 29, 2021

To learn more about the Be Healthy project’s
 requirements and to review the application and its 
required components, please download a copy of
 the application. Two informational webinars
 will be hosted prior to the application due date to go
 over all application requirements and answer any 
questions.

(Please have a copy of the application 
available to reference during the webinar.)

Pre-Application Webinar – McDowell

McDowell County Extension agents and Be Healthy team staff
 will host 2 webinars for proposals based in McDowell County.
 You can join by computer or phone. Pre-registration is 
required.


Register for Monday, January 11th at 10:00am

Register for Thursday, January 14th at 5:00pm


County Office: mcdowellcountyextension@mail.wvu.edu

Pre-Application Webinar – Clay

Clay County Extension agents and Be Healthy team staff will 
host 2 webinars for proposals based in Clay County. You can 
join by computer or phone. Pre-registration is 
required.


Register for Tuesday, January 12th at 11:00am

Register for Tuesday, January 12th at 5:00pm

County agent: Ami.Cook@mail.wvu.edu


County agent: MDShamblin@mail.wvu.edu

For more information, contact your county Extension agent, or
 the Be Healthy program coordinator at Kerry.Gabbert@mail.wvu.edu. West Virginia University Extension Services’ Be Wild, Be Wonderful, Be Healthy 
project is funded through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
 High Obesity Program (HOP 1809) cooperative agreement.