Maine Tobacco Prevention and Treatment Grants
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Maine Cancer Foundation
The Maine Cancer Foundation will provide grants for
evidence-based practices that seek to reduce the use of
commercial tobacco in Maine.
Areas of focus include:
- Tobacco prevention for youth and/or adults
- Tobacco treatment for adults
- Policy projects related to tobacco use and/or second-
or third-hand smoke
- Projects that address populations disproportionately
impacted by tobacco, including but not limited to rural
populations, racial and ethnic minorities, and/or the
Eligible applicants include:
- 501(c)3 tax-exempt charitable organizations
- Educational institutions
- Government entities
- Other public, nonprofit entities
Amount of funding
Award ceiling: $40,000 per year
Project period: 2 years
Links to additional guidance,
application instructions, and the online application
portal are available on the program
website when applications are being accepted.
Maine Cancer Foundation is willing to discuss project
concepts and review draft applications. Applicants are
strongly encouraged to contact Tricia Jamiol to
discuss the project and submit a draft application for
review and feedback.
Children and youth · LGBTQ+ · Men · Minorities · Policy · Tobacco use · Women · Maine
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