Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama Gives for Healthy School Initiatives


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The Be Healthy School Grant Program will make $250,000 of money available for up to 25 schools to be awarded $10,000 grants from the 2016-2017 school year.

This Blue Cross Blue Shield grant program allows schools across the state of Alabama, who enroll students in grades K through sixth and apply into the Healthy School Grant Program, a chance to implement school-based health and wellness programs that increase exercise, nutrition and parental involvement throughout the school year.

Grant requests and applications will be accepted from now to March and schools considered for grant dollars schools must be located in Ala., serve students in grades K-6, and be public, private or non-profit. Only schools can be awarded the grant dollars, those not supported are for profit schools, sports leagues and teams, and more.

Having wellness opportunities for schools to provide better nutrition guidelines and increased activity can enhance the health of Latino students and all students in school environments, where most of students days are spent and most calories are consumed in school.

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