Request for Partners
FY 2014 Request for Partners
The Request for Partners (RFP) for federal fiscal year 2014 (October 1, 2013 - September 30, 2014) can be accessed here.
Benefits of Partnering with TRACKS
Partnering with TRACKS can help you expand the health education opportunities you provide to your community, and can provide opportunities for increased funding through a nutrition education program that is:
- Comprehensive: TRACKS provides standard goals & objectives, best-practice strategies for education activities, curricula, and evaluation tools.
- Experienced: Pennsylvania has one of the largest Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) programs in the country and has been providing programming for over a decade.
- Flexible: Community partners can structure their TRACKS project according to their program’s unique capabilities and established modes of interfacing with their target population.
- Collaborative: Nutrition education can be easily integrated with other established public health initiatives, since nutrition has a role in many realms of health promotion.