Grant Resources

Grant Resources

We are no longer accepting applications for the Safe Routes to School or Capacity Building for Increasing Physical Activity Mini-Grant Programs.

Grant recipients looking for additional resources and tutorials should visit the Safe Routes to School and Capacity Building for Increased Physical Activity web pages.

Congratulations to the Mini-Grant Recipients

Safe Routes to School Mini-Grant Recipients

The National Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program is an initiative established to encourage students to walk or bike to school. Funding has been awarded to schools who are launching programs  to make walking and biking to school a safer and more appealing transportation alternative while encouraging health, physical activity and safety.

  • Multiple Schools (Frances E. Willard, EM Stanton, Stephen Girard and Southwark) (Philadelphia County)
  • Juniata Valley Schools (Huntingdon County)
  • Howard Elementary School (Centre County)
  • Wingate Elementary School (Centre County)
  • Port Matilda Elementary School (Centre County)
  • Mountain Top Elementary School (Centre County)
  • Henry Houck Elementary School (Lebanon County)
  • Lincoln Charter School (York County)
  • Bald Eagle Area Middle School (Centre County)
  • J.W. Price Elementary School (Lancaster County)
  • Park Forest Elementary School (Centre County)
Capacity Building for Increasing Physical Activity Mini-grant Recipients

Since one in three American children are overweight or obese, increasing physical activity has never been more important. Therefore, funding has been awarded to schools and community based organizations who are partnering to increase physical activity opportunities.

  • Homer Center Junior Senior High School / Evergreen Boys and Girls Club (Indiana County)
  • United Junior Senior High School / Evergreen Boys and Girls Club (Indiana County)
  • Penns Manor Area Junior Senior High School / Evergreen Boys and Girls Club (Indiana County)
  • John B Kelly Elementary School / Hansberry Garden and Nature Center (Philadelphia County)
  • Northern Lebanon Middle School / Northern Lebanon Parks & Recreation Commission (Lebanon County)
  • New Foundations Charter High School / Core Fitness (Philadelphia County)
  • Forest Hills Elementary School / YWCA of Johnstown (Cambria County)
  • Nye Elementary School / Hummelstown Borough Parks and Recreation Department (Dauphin County)
  • Fort Cherry Elementary Center / Fort Cherry Elementary Center PTA (Washington County)
  • Lincoln Charter School / York City Bureau of Health / YMCA of York and York County (York County)
  • Palisades Middle School / Palisades Community Foundation (Bucks County)
  • Tussey Mountain Jr/Sr High School / Juniata College (Bedford County)
  • Hickory Grove Elementary School / CREATE Brookville / Zion Ministries of Jefferson County (Jefferson County)
  • Boys & Girls Club of Central PA / Harrisburg School District / Harrisburg City Islanders (Dauphin County)
  • Millersburg Middle / High School / YMCA (Dauphin County)
  • Harlan Rowe Middle School / Guthrie Health Clinics / PA DOH (Bradford County)
  • Cambria Elementary / The Learning Lamp (Cambria County)
  • Hatfield Elementary School / Pennfield Middle School / Hatfield Borough / Indian Valley YMCA / (Montgomery County)
  • Delaware Valley Charter High School / Urban Tree Connection (Philadelphia County)


These mini-grants are delivered by Penn State Hershey PRO Wellness Center. Funding is provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Health through the Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.