Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) is pleased to offer three funding opportunities intended to help local collaborations advance their efforts to share and use multi-sector data to improve community health. None of these are currently open for proposals, but check back for new calls! These opportunities are also disseminated through the All In: Data for Community Health newsletter and online community.
Learning and Action in Policy and Partnerships (LAPP)
LAPP supports multi-sector community and state partners that aim to create systems change and sustainable policy. 5 successful awardees are able to receive $100,000 each.
Who should apply? Organizations that work to improve health and health equity through their use of data and relationships with state government.
DASH Community Impact Contracts (CIC)
Community Impact Contracts provide support for near-term activities that help local collaborations take meaningful steps toward planning or implementing multi-sector data systems. Up to $25,000 is available to successful applicants.
Who should apply? Members of place-based collaborations that have an actionable opportunity to advance their community’s data sharing efforts that is strategic, timely, actionable, replicable, and targeted.
DASH Mentor Program
The DASH Mentor Program The DASH Mentor Program supports six experienced organizations in offering targeted technical assistance or subject area expertise to small groups of “mentees.” DASH funds both Mentors and Mentees to participate, and has periodic calls for applications. These opportunities are disseminated through the All In: Data for Community Health newsletter and online community.”
Who should apply? Members of local collaborations that would like to participate in small group sessions and receive technical assistance from a DASH Mentor on specific topics over the course of 10 months.