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The Nutrition Funding Report, now online

November 2000

Dear Colleague:

Looking for funding for food, nutrition, or health-related programs and
projects has always been
a tedious, time consuming task.  Now you can leave it to the experts;
individuals who have been
doing this task successfully for well over a dozen years now.  The
Nutrition Funding Report was
founded to help professionals like you locate resources for your food,
nutrition, and health
initiatives.  Won’t you share this information with the appropriate
individual(s) in your
organization.  This newsletter is now on line at

The Nutrition Funding Report is a monthly report that identifies
resources for food, nutrition,
and health programs and projects.  It is designed to assist staff in ‘
winning more grants and
acquiring more resources for their nutrition and health projects  --
instead of just looking for
them’.  With this publication, staff will no longer have to waste time
combing the Foundation
directories, the Federal Register , the Catalog of Federal Domestic
Assistance , the World Wide
Web and the likes, looking for funds to support their nutrition programs
and projects.  With this
monthly guide, the task of looking for project funding is left to
specialists who have been in the
business of searching for funding opportunities  ­  in both the public
and private sectors ­  for
over 14 years.  So leave it to the specialists with experience in the
difficult and time-consuming
tasks of finding foundation and corporate and Government funding.

All the details are spelled out on the fact sheet attached.  Thank you
for passing this information
along to the appropriate desk/office in your organization.

Lenora Moragne, PhD, RD
Founding Editor and Publisher


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