Healthy Lamoille Valley and the 3-4-50 Mini-grant Selection Committee announce the 2021 3-4-50 Mini-Grant awards! There were 23 thoughtful applications this year and each application was valued and considered.
3-4-50 is a program of the Vermont Department of Health. “3-4-50 helps us understand the overwhelming impact of chronic disease in Vermont and inspires us to take action to change it. 3-4-50 is about making a difference at a level that can influence the health of many. Businesses, schools, cities and towns, and health care providers all play an important role in shaping the health of Vermonters.”
We thank all applicants on behalf of our community for creatively applying for a mini-grant this year. The more community members and partners who join the 3-4-50 initiative, the larger the impact on our community’s health. Visit www.healthylamoillevalley.org/3-4-50-partnerships for more information. The mini-grants are funded thanks to a grant from the Vermont Department of Health, Tobacco Control Program.
Congratulations to this year’s recipients!
- Hardwick Area Health Center – Bike Helmets
- Jenna’s Promise – Bikes for Residents
- Johnson Recreation – Playground Equipment for Legion Field
- Lamoille County Mental Health – Employee Wellness Initiative, Walk Challenge and Raffle
- Lamoille North Supervisory Union – Cricket Hill Trail Upgraded Signage
- River Arts– Encouraging a Walking and Biking LIfestyle, Bike Rack and Little Free Library
- Town of Eden – VT State Park Passes on Loan
- Town Of Wolcott – Help Yourself Veggie Pantry & Community Garden
- Waterville Town Library and Waterville Elementary School Library – Story Walk
Thanks to our Healthy Lamoille Valley 3-4-50 Selection Committee:
- Nate Bickford
- Katie Black
- Kate Lewton
- Alison Link
- Tess Millner
- Val Valcour