The Building Resilient Inclusive Communities (BRIC) Program is an initiative of the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD) to support 20 state health departments and partner organizations to work with local communities on promoting healthy eating through improved nutrition security, improving safe access to physical activity, and reducing isolation and loneliness.
The SC Department of Health and Environmental Control is partnering with the SC Office of Rural Health and other state-level organizations to provide funding and technical assistance to four counties (Dillon, Lee, Marlboro, and Williamsburg).
Participate in the BRIC Kick-Off Event to learn more about this funding opportunity, receive community data and project ideas from content experts, and connect with other members of your community.
***Register by July 12th to receive a sneak peek of the BRIC mini-grant request for proposals (RFP).***
This request for proposals will allow organizations in the priority counties (Dillon, Lee, Marlboro, and Williamsburg) to propose projects to improve safe access to physical activity and to improve social connectedness within these communities.