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Step 1: Read Complete Call for Proposals

There are no open calls for proposals at this time. NJHI issues calls for proposals on an annual basis, and the focus of our funding priorities may change each year. To view a sample call for proposals, click here.

Step 2: Register at MyRWJF

Click here to set up a profile or access your existing profile on MyRWJF. MyRWJF is the portal to access the online application system for its NJHI program. This is the only way to apply for funding under NJHI. There are no open calls for proposals at this time. To view a sample Call for Proposals, click here.

 

Step 3: Review the online application requirements

After registering on MyRWJF, applicants should familiarize themselves with the detailed instructions and formatting requirements available in the online application system. There are no open calls for proposals at this time. To view a sample Call for Proposals, click here.

Step 4: Complete your online application

There are no open calls for proposals at this time. NJHI issues calls for proposals on an annual basis. To view a sample Call for Proposals, click here.

 

Step 5: Submit your completed proposal

There are no open calls for proposals at this time. NJHI issues calls for proposals on an annual basis. To view a sample Call for Proposals, click here.

Step 1: Read Complete Call for Proposals

There are no open calls for proposals at this time. NJHI issues calls for proposals on an annual basis, and the focus of our funding priorities may change each year. To view a sample call for proposals, click here.

Step 2: Register at MyRWJF

Click here to set up a profile or access your existing profile on MyRWJF. MyRWJF is the portal to access the online application system for its NJHI program. This is the only way to apply for funding under NJHI. There are no open calls for proposals at this time. To view a sample Call for Proposals, click here.

 

Step 3: Review the online application requirements

After registering on MyRWJF, applicants should familiarize themselves with the detailed instructions and formatting requirements available in the online application system. There are no open calls for proposals at this time. To view a sample Call for Proposals, click here.

Step 4: Complete your online application

There are no open calls for proposals at this time. NJHI issues calls for proposals on an annual basis. To view a sample Call for Proposals, click here.

 

Step 5: Submit your completed proposal

There are no open calls for proposals at this time. NJHI issues calls for proposals on an annual basis. To view a sample Call for Proposals, click here.

NJHI’s Small Communities Forging Hyperlocal Data Collaboratives funding initiative is to provide technical assistance and support to small communities in southern New Jersey. Through this initiative, funded communities are addressing upstream challenges to health and health equity by: 1) collaborating across sectors; and 2) making better use of data resources.

This initiative is intentionally designed to improve equity in southern New Jersey communities with populations of fewer than 50,000 residents, by deliberately focusing on resources to which these communities are less likely to have access when making decisions that can improve the health of the community. Through this initiative, eligible communities will be provided a series of tools which will include a local data dashboard; examples of local data that can illustrate the factors that make up a healthy community; processes to identify local gaps and challenges; and opportunities to facilitate the development of common goals for improvement. City Health Dashboard developed the data dashboards to include data specific to city boundaries—such as life expectancy, obesity, and children in poverty—with the goal of improving the health and well-being of everyone in the community. Meet the 10 Small Communities Forging Hyperlocal Data Collaboratives grantees and explore their work.