The Indiana Nutrition Council (INC) is offering mini-grants up to $500 for the development, strengthening, or evaluation of community-health improvement for research, education, intervention, or service. Click here to access the grant details. Applications are accepted by noon on January 31, 2019. If you have any content or process questions regarding the INC Community Health Mini-Grant Program, please contact Denise Ferguson at email@example.com.
- We provide resources for schools, child care, and summer meal sites that participate in USDA’s Child Nutrition programs. Check out the USDA Team Nutrition Website.
- Use The Healthy Meals Resource System to locate appropriate and useful online training materials for child care providers and school nutrition personnel.
- The foundation for teaching children lifelong eating and physical activity habits is The Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPlate.
- Sign up here to be Team Nutrition School and receive free education materials for all ages.
New Resources from Indiana’s Team Nutrition Grants
- 2013 Team Nutrition Grant:
Videos showcase how schools implemented Smarter Lunchroom Principles (SLP) and improved the school environment. View videos from Indiana schools highlighting their success.
- 2014 Team Nutrition Grant:
Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Teachers, Food Service Departments, and students in Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) use SLP to promote healthy eating and teach nutrition throughout the school.
- A Circle of Excellence - Showcasing Best Practices in Nutrition Education: Foodservice, FCCLA and FACS
- Team Nutrition Grant Webinar
- Team Nutrition Grant - Young Children Webinar
- Iron Chef Competition Overview
- Iron Chef Competition Promotion
- Training for Sub-Grantees
- 2016 Team Nutrition Grant:
Additional Information and Resources
This publication showcases best practices from schools that implemented GameOn! The Ultimate Wellness Challenge. This new resource highlights fun and engaging nutrition and physical activities conducted in forty Indiana schools with funding from a 2009 USDA Team Nutrition Grant. Game On! is a program that challenges schools to incorporate healthy food choices and physical activity into the daily lives of their students. Hoosier Champions is divided into sections representing different activities or events (Food Tasting, Nutrition Education, School Year Kick Off, Outdoor Physical Activity/Fitness, Family Events, School Clubs, Community Events, Before School Events, Outdoor Physical Activity/Fitness and Engaging Celebrities/Professional Sports Teams).