New Jersey Health Initiatives support goes beyond the awarding of grants to our grantees. We partner with our grantees to ensure they can run their grant-funded programs effectively. The resources provided here will give you the necessary tools to to keep NJHI and RWJF informed about grant activities, and help you manage your projects efficiently.
All NJHI grantees are required to submit annual and final financial reports.
Click here to view the RWJF Electronic Submission Standards.
Click here to view the RWJF Narrative Reporting Guidelines.
Click here to view the RWJF Financial Reporting Guidelines.
Quick tip: When submitting your annual or financial reports, they must be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Curriculum and Summer Action Plan Examples for NJHI: Next Generation Community Leaders
Catchafire New Jersey
This new partnership between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Catchafire, is an online tool that connects NJHI grant recipients with passionate professionals who want to donate their skills. Through the Catchafire New Jersey platform, an organization can receive pro bono support and expert advice from professionals. See details
Blueprint for Action Examples
Grantees funded under NJHI:Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey – Communities Moving to Action are required to develop and submit a Blueprint for Action by the end of their first grant year. While NJHI does not require a specific format for the Blueprint, below are links to examples that may be useful in development of the Blueprints.
Examples from the Clinton Health Matters Initiative:
Coachella Valley Blueprint for Action
Adams County, Mississippi Blueprint for Action
Central Arkansas Blueprint for Action
Greater Houston Blueprint for Action
Northeast Florida Blueprint for Action