Healthy Lamoille Valley is seeking applications for mini-grants of up to $500 for towns, agencies, businesses, organizations, faith-based institutions, colleges and schools in the Lamoille Valley to support the Vermont Department of Health’s 3-4-50 efforts in physical activity, nutrition and tobacco prevention. We all play an important role in shaping the health of Vermonters. Learn more about the Vermont Department of Health’s 3-4-50 program at

Make a commitment to 3-4-50 and become a partner if you aren’t already. If you are already a partner, use this grant opportunity to take it to the next level. Starting small and building upon your success can lead to greater change over time. 3-4-50 educates about the overwhelming impact of chronic disease in Vermont. Common goal: Make the healthy choice the easy choice where we live, work, learn and play. View the complete list of our Lamoille Valley 3-4-50 partners here.

Applications will be collected and reviewed through March 1st.  Awards will be announced by March 15th.  Funds need to be expended (and receipts submitted) by the end of May 2021.  Click here to apply!

For more information on the 3-4-50 mini-grant process and if you want support brainstorming an idea for your application, please be in touch!

Alison Link, Healthy Lamoille Valley, Policy and Outreach Coordinator

Download the 3-4-50 Mini-Grant Poster here

Healthy Lamoille Valley serves the towns of Belvidere – Cambridge – Craftsbury – Eden – Elmore – Greensboro – Hardwick – Hyde Park – Jeffersonville – Johnson – Morristown – Stannard – Stowe – Waterville – Wolcott – Woodbury.