Funding Opportunity Alerts:
CG 20-10004 Rising Alliances for a Tobacco-Free California
The purpose of this RFA is to fund agencies which have less than
three (3) years of demonstrated agency experience in tobacco control, or who
would like to become engaged in the tobacco control movement for the first
time. This RFA will fund approximately fifteen (15) projects, which will build
on past efforts to prevent, reduce and eliminate tobacco use and exposure to
secondhand smoke and aerosol produced by e-cigarettes and vaping devices, and
engage new agencies whose work aligns with tobacco control in the effort to
achieve a tobacco-free California. Note: For the purposes of this RFA, the use
of the word “tobacco” refers to commercial tobacco products and their use.
CG 20-10005 Advancing Momentum for a Tobacco-Free California
This RFA will fund approximately thirty-five (35) projects, which may be implemented at the local, regional, or statewide level. It seeks to fund experienced tobacco control partners to conceive, implement, and evaluate progressive plans that respond to service gaps and areas of need in the current tobacco control landscape. The purpose is to fund progressive projects with demonstrated agency and staff experience and capabilities in tobacco control, that will advance proven strategies to prevent and reduce tobacco use, strengthen partnerships with priority populations, increase the reach and impact of tobacco control programs in underserved areas, and rigorously pursue tobacco-free policies with a broad range of proven and innovative approaches and partners.
CG 20-10013 Reducing Tobacco-Related Disparities in American Indian and Alaskan Native Communities
The purpose of the Reducing Tobacco-Related Disparities in American Indian Communities Request for Application (RFA) is to prevent and reduce the use of commercial tobacco products among California's American Indian/Alaskan Native communities. The term "tobacco" used in this RFA refers to commercial tobacco products. This RFA does not seek to impinge upon the sacred use of traditional or ceremonial tobacco in American Indian communities.