Delaware SNAP-Education Program
FY 2020 Request for Partner Proposals
Delaware SNAP-Ed FY 2020 Request for Partner Proposals is now open.
Please note that all interested partners must attend the interest meeting January 23rd, 9am, University of Delaware Paradee Center (69 Transportation Circle, Dover, DE) AND complete the Intent to Apply form by January 31st.
The Supplemental Nutrition Program (SNAP) is the largest program in the domestic hunger safety net. The primary purpose of SNAP is to prevent the debilitating effects of hunger by providing nutrition assistance to millions of eligible individuals and families. The Supplemental Nutrition Program – Education (SNAP-Ed) is a research-based federal nutrition education and obesity prevention program.
In Delaware, the University of Delaware is the lead organization for SNAP-Ed. Working with partners across the state, the goal is to provide individuals and families with access to opportunities for healthy foods, and education about healthy behaviors.
Individual or Family
If you or a family member want to learn more about getting healthy in your community, check out the links and contact information below.
This information will be updated in the near future.
If you are interested in teaching your students, clients, congregation, or general community about healthy living, we have many options for you. The list below will give you an overview of the programs University of Delaware and other community partners offer, who should attend, and who to contact if you would like more information.
Delaware SNAP-Ed Partner
Information for organizations interested in submitting a proposal to become a SNAP-Ed partner in FY2020.
Applications are due to Snapedde@gmail.com by 3pm on March 15th.
- Intent to Apply: Due on January 31st by 5pm
- FY 2020 Request for Partners Proposal: All materials due to email@example.com March 15th by 3pm
- Guidance Documents
- State Examples of SNAP-Ed Eligible Projects