How To Apply

SNAP-Ed at MFF Grants provide funding to local and regional organizations in Michigan to increase healthy behaviors and improve policies, systems, and environments that impact access to affordable healthy food and safe opportunities to be active.

Organizations that receive funding through the SNAP-Ed at MFF Grants deliver locally-relevant SNAP-Ed programming and are known as Local Implementing Agencies (LIAs).

SNAP-Ed at MFF Grants include two options to become a LIA:

  • Request for Proposals (RFP)
  • Request for Applications (RFA)

SNAP-Ed at MFF Grants

  1. Request for Proposals (RFP) for LIA – Subrecipients

  2. Request for Applications (RFA) for LIA – Community Impact Projects

Funding opportunities for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 (programming between October 1, 2022 – September 30, 2023) opens March 1st and closes April 21st.

For more details on the RFP and RFA, including information about technical assistance sessions, FAQs, and required documents, click into the RFP and RFA webpages below.


PROPOSE a comprehensive SNAP-Ed program clearly tied to community needs and independently design and deliver highly-effective programming within federal grant guidelines.

Organizations that receive funding through the RFP process are known as LIA – Subrecipients.


APPLY to deliver a locally-relevant packaged program collaboratively designed with and overseen by MFF to reach your identified populations in selected settings.

Organizations that receive funding through the RFA process are known as LIA – Community Impact Projects.

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