March of Dimes’ Florida chapter seeks applications for grants that would help address significant maternal and child-health issues such as stopping smoking, access to care in rural areas, and lack of access to prenatal care.


March of Dimes’ Florida chapter seeks applications for grants that would help address significant maternal and child-health issues such as stopping smoking, access to care in rural areas, and lack of access to prenatal care.



Community Awards — which can be requested for amounts up to $3,000 — can support activities such as providing or enhancing preconception health or interconception education or services; or providing or enhancing risk reduction education or services.



See a link to the application — due Nov. 15 —at March of Dimes Florida website>>