Technical assistance, training, and informational resources to assist communities of color to build capacity for tobacco policy change
The Foundation's program, Policy Advocacy on Tobacco and Health: An Initiative to Build Capacity in Communities of Color for Tobacco Policy Change, was designed to provide resources for community-based organizations and tribal groups interested in implementing effective tobacco prevention and cessation policy initiatives. This grant supports the management of technical assistance and training to ten minority-led, community-based organizations to work on tobacco policy change. The National Program Office will serve as a resource to the entire tobacco control field on issues of diversity that cut across ethnic groups, and advance new policies, models, and tools that will be applicable throughout the field.
Amount Awarded $2,268,864.00
Awarded on: 4/18/2002
Time frame: 5/1/2002 - 7/31/2005
Grant Number: 41039