Project Application Process

Eligible Applicants:

  • States and federally recognized tribes within the MPCWIC geographical area currently receiving formula grant funds (Title IV-B) are eligible to apply individually or as part of a consortium.
  • A formula grantee member in the consortium must serve as lead applicant agency. Every member of the consortium is not required to be a formula grantee.
  • Federally recognized tribes not receiving formula grant funds are not eligible to apply, unless they participate with a state or tribal agency that is formula funded.

** Federally recognized Tribes that are not receiving Title IV-B grant funds are not eligible for implementation projects

**If a tribal consortium applies, the leading agency has to be Title IV-B recipient

Application Process

MPCWIC Concept Paper
Request for Application

MPCWIC RFA Guidelines 2011

Projects Eligible for Consideration:

  • Appropriate projects must address systemic issues, have clear measurable objectives for change, and target specific outcomes.
  • Projects must, at a minimum, have defined strategies and interventions for change and anticipated outcomes to be addressed.
  • The focus of projects should be implementation.

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