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South Dakota Tobacco Control Program (SD-TCP) Community/School Partnership Grant

Grants to South Dakota Nonprofits and Agencies
for Smoking Cessation and Prevention Programs

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South Dakota Department of Health (DOH)

Deadline Date:

04/24/20 5:00 PM Central Time


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Grants of up to $25,000 to South Dakota nonprofits and government agencies, including schools, IHEs, and healthcare and faith-based organizations for new or existing smoking cessation and prevention programs. Funding is intended for programs that work to prevent tobacco use and reduce fatalities and disease caused by tobacco use. The purpose of the grant program is to link community/school tobacco prevention and control efforts to achieve maximum impact. Partnership efforts must be led by both community and school representatives and must implement activities that impact both local school districts and the community-at-large.

Partnerships should focus their efforts on supporting and implementing policy-based interventions that address one or more of the SD-TCP’s goal areas and that reach large cross-sections of the community. Partnerships are strongly encouraged to use grant funds to implement community/school-based tobacco-free policies.

Please note: The quality and strength/weakness of a school’s tobacco policies, as well as a school’s need to improve its tobacco policies, will be heavily considered in the scoring of partnership applications. If the school’s tobacco policy is weak, applicants should place a priority on improving their school’s policy within their workplan. 

The following goals and strategies will be found within the workplan:

  • Goal Area 1: Prevent tobacco use among youth and young adults
  • Goal Area 2: Promote quitting of all tobacco products
  • Goal Area 3: Eliminate all types of exposure to tobacco use
  • Goal Area 4: Strive to achieve health equity in tobacco control

For additional information about these goals and strategies, see:

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 165062

Estimated Size of Grant:

The maximum grant award is $25,000 per applicant.

Term of Contract:

The grant funding cycle is June 1, 2020 - May 31, 2021.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Community/School Partnership grants are awarded to local governmental and non-profit community-based organizations, coalitions and groups that support the mission of the SD-TCP. Examples include, but are not limited to, youth groups, schools, post-secondary institutions, civic associations, service clubs, healthcare organizations, faith based organizations, parent groups, neighborhood associations, and local community coalitions.

Grant funds may not be used to purchase billboards or pay for booth rental at public events such as health fairs or trade shows. Exception: Grant funds may be used for booth rentals only when booths are designed to counter pro-tobacco influences (i.e. past tobacco company sponsorship/presence at the event) at the event. If requesting funds for booth rental please explain the pro-tobacco influences at the event in your application.

Funds may not be used for direct services including but not limited to medical and/or dental care, pharmacotherapy, screening, treatment, cessation services for adults, or medical and/or dental testing.

Funds may not be used to purchase materials or curriculum developed or promoted using tobacco industry funding. For additional restrictions, see:

Pre-Application Information:

Applications must be submitted online by April 24, 2020, 5:00 PM Central Time.

The tentative award notification date is May 20, 2020. Applicants will be notified by email.

Please start the process for any special media requests at least two months prior to the deadline. Set-up, designing and printing require a significant amount of time.

The SD-TCP will provide support for grant recipients with assistance from Regional Tobacco Prevention Coordinators (TPC). The TPC in your region is available to attend partnership meetings and will be available to provide support and technical assistance throughout the grant period. To find your regional TPC, visit

Grant recipients must Invite their regional Tobacco Prevention Coordinator (TPC) to ALL monthly partnership meetings. They must provide their regional TPC with the date and time of each monthly meeting at least two weeks in advance, so the TPC can make plans to attend.

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Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Submit applications by using the submission button on the Application Form in Supporting Documents, below.

If a confirmation email is not received within 2 business days or you experience any problems with submitting your application, please contact Dee Dee Dugstad at

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