Community Change Grants

Community Change Grants

The Community Change Grant program supports the growing network of advocates, organizations, and agencies working to advance walkability. Grants are awarded to innovative, engaging, and inclusive programs and projects that create change and opportunity for walking and movement at the community level. 

Applications for grants open in the fall and are awarded for the full calendar year following. The number of grants awarded varies each year, depending on available funds.

Stories and Examples of Past Community Change Grant Recipients:

2021 Community Change Grantees

St. Joseph Mercy Oakland-Trauma Services

Missouri Southern State University

Logan County Health District

League of Michigan Bicyclists

Fort Wayne Active Transportation Coalition

Communities First Inc

City of Trenton, MI

Citizens for Modern Transit

Building Active Glendive

Asociacion Puertorriqueños en Marcha

City of Osceola, Missouri

WestCare Pacific Islands

Walk Bike Tampa

Walk Bike Shaler

Schuylkill County’s VISION

Oaks and Spokes

Mode Shift Omaha

Huntley Hills Elementary School PTA

Gary Public Transportation Corporation

Franklin County Public Health

Florida Department of Health – Nassau County

City of Euclid - Dept. of Planning & Development

City of Euclid – Dept. of Planning & Development

DIY Lowell

Delta Neighborhood Association spoonsored by Everett Bike Walk

Community Renewal of Pottawatomie County

City of Albany Department of Planning and Development

Center for Planning Excellence

Blue logo featuring the outline of a family

Casa Familiar

The BOLD Teens Inc logo

BOLD Teens Inc

Altoona Public Library

Altoona Public Library

The Community Change Grant program is partly funded by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. We invite you to join their Active People, Healthy Nation initiative and become part of a national movement of individual influencers, organizations, and community champions that support the goal of increasing physical activity in the United States.