By April 20, 2023 at 4:30 p.m. EST, complete and submit electronically the six (6) required components listed in the Proposal Package Checklist below. All Proposal Package documents can be found in the Documents(Click link to open section) section.
Some components of the FY24 Proposal Package have been updated to reflect new requirements by USDA Food and Nutrition Service.
Proposal Package Checklist
- Program Narrative (submit as a Word document)
- Anticipated Programming Form (submit via Qualtrics)
- Budget Worksheet (submit as an Excel document)
- SNAP-Ed Compliance Assurances (submit as PDF document)
- Evaluation Assurances (submit as PDF document)
- Current and Pending (submit as PDF document)
High-quality proposals will demonstrate the ability, capacity, and expertise to successfully and independently:
- Assess and respond to changing community needs and inequities that impact SNAP-Ed eligible peoples’ healthy eating and active living
- Integrate into focus communities and/or engage with focus populations, developing an on-the-ground understanding of current and emergent needs
- Design a tailored program approach based on a systems-level view to community change
- Deliver comprehensive, community-based programming that balances policy, systems, and environmental change (PSE) efforts that support healthy eating and active living with complementary direct education (DE) intervention(s) focusing on individual behavior change
- Apply multi-sector collaboration work to PSE change efforts
- Manage and monitor program operations and programming, including ensuring that selected intervention(s) are implemented with fidelity
- Use evaluation to inform program improvement
Proposals, including the conversation component, undergo an objective review process that includes external content-expert reviewers who score each proposal on how well proposed evidence-based programming meets identified community needs, inclusion of comprehensive community approaches, and demonstrated ability to independently implement a SNAP-Ed program.
Note: Prior funding from MFF is not a guarantee of future funding. Past SNAP-Ed program and operations compliance, completion of grant requirements, and program performance will be considered in the proposal review process, as applicable.
All funding is contingent on the availability of funds.
- Program Narrative (Click to download a Word document)
- Anticipated Programming Form (Submit via Qualtrics)
- Budget Worksheet (Click to download an Excel file)
- SNAP-Ed Compliance Assurances (Links to PDF in new window or right click to download)
- Evaluation Assurances (Links to PDF in new window or right click to download)
- Current and Pending (Click to download a Word document)
- Program Narrative Instructions (Links to PDF in new window or right click to download)
- Program Description Template (Click to download a Word document)
- Anticipated Programming Form Instructions (Links to PDF in new window or right click to download)
- Budget Worksheet Instructions (Links to PDF in new window or right click to download)
Other resources to assist you in completing the Request for Proposals (RFP)
- 2022 Michigan County Health Rankings (Click to download an Excel file)
- De Minimis Certification (Links to PDF in new window or right click to download)
- Subrecipient Backgrounder (Links to PDF in new window or right click to download)
- RFP Process Overview (Links to PDF in new window or right click to download)
If you have questions about the FY 2024 Request for Proposals (RFP) for Subrecipients, send an email to SNAP-EdAtMFF-RFP@michiganfitness.org (Click to open an email) or submit your question using the form on the Subrecipient FAQs Click to open a new window page.
Questions will be logged, answered, and then posted in weekly batches. To ensure that questions are answered in time to inform your proposal writing process, please submit questions by April 12, 2023.
FY 2024 RFP Information Session
Wednesday, March 15
View/download the slides (Links to PDF in new window or right click to download)
Submit Proposal Package
All proposal documents must be packaged in one folder, then compressed as a ZIP file for upload.
Packaging the required documents into a ZIP file groups them together into a single file to make uploading easier. You do not need any special software to create a ZIP file.
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If you experience technical difficulties when creating a ZIP file or when using the upload mechanism, please email SNAP-EdAtMFF-RFP@michiganfitness.org.
Upload your complete proposal package*
*File must be submitted in a ZIP format.