Diabetes Awareness Grant Proposal Grant Term Paper

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Once a participant is suspected of having diabetes, through the use of this survey, they may choose to contact one of the related agencies, where information and support would be offered.

National Diabetes Awareness Month, promoted and sponsored by MMWR, was held in November of 2006, and was a program similar to the one which is being proposed by this group of organizations (See http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5543a1.htm). The program published reports throughout the month concerning diabetes and the complications it causes in specific populations. Information was distributed on how to prevent and control diabetes and how to effect lifestyle changes, such as weight loss and moderate exercise and how these can help prevent Type 2 diabetes in adults. Obesity is a big factor in diabetes, though it is not the only factor in many of the newly diagnosed cases, and this information was part of the educational program.

The "Walk for Diabetes Awareness" will necessitate organizational personnel, publicity and promotional posters and flyers. On the day of the walk, water, placards, tables, chairs, t-shirts and flags will be on site for the personnel to utilize and distribute to the walkers. These items will necessitate a budget of $____. The amounts of these items in the budget are estimated to be in the range of $5.00-$6.00 per person attending.

Project Budget Worksheet will be submitted for the program as an attachment to this proposal. It will provide an itemized listing of all projected expenses and funding sources for the proposed project. It will be as thorough as possible and documentation relevant to the proposed budget (professional estimates, quotes, etc.) will be attached. It will be a balance of the Projected Expenses and the Projected Funding Sources, secured or unsecured.

The Cover Sheet will consist of the certificates and charters of each of the organizations participating in this project. It will give the name of the organization which will be made up of representatives from each organization participating. It will also include: The name of the Executive Director (or equivalent), the mailing address, the City, State and Zip, the e-mail address, the telephone number, the fax number, the number of full-time employees, part-time employees and volunteers participating, the Federal Employer ID Number, the Project Contact Person with name and title, the Contact Person's mailing address, City, State and Zip, e-mail address, telephone number and fax number. The Project Title, the Amount Requested, the Total Project Cost (which is different than the amount requested), the signature of the official responsible for the project, the date of the signature and the signature of the Board President Attesting to Board Approval.

A third attachment will be the Calendar, with a Schedule of Events and the names of the representatives of the organizations participating in each Event.

The fourth attachment will be the Survey, with its 12 questions and instructions on how to administer the survey.

The fifth attachment will contain the names and resumes of the administrators of this program and campaign.

The sixth attachment will consist of the following: The projected area considered for the funding, the project areas NOT considered for funding and why (religious, political, economic). The Mission Statement. A copy of the IRS determination letter establishing 502-(3) and 509(a) status (and fiscal sponsor agreement letter, if applicable) for each organization participating. Each organization's current annual operating budget. Each organizations most recent

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Sources, secured or unsecured.

The Cover Sheet will consist of the certificates and charters of each of the organizations participating in this project. It will give the name of the organization which will be made up of representatives from each organization participating. It will also include: The name of the Executive Director (or equivalent), the mailing address, the City, State and Zip, the e-mail address, the telephone number, the fax number, the number of full-time employees, part-time employees and volunteers participating, the Federal Employer ID Number, the Project Contact Person with name and title, the Contact Person's mailing address, City, State and Zip, e-mail address, telephone number and fax number. The Project Title, the Amount Requested, the Total Project Cost (which is different than the amount requested), the signature of the official responsible for the project, the date of the signature and the signature of the Board President Attesting to Board Approval.

A third attachment will be the Calendar, with a Schedule of Events and the names of the representatives of the organizations participating in each Event.

The fourth attachment will be the Survey, with its 12 questions and instructions on how to administer the survey.

The fifth attachment will contain the names and resumes of the administrators of this program and campaign.

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