Update: the application process is now closed for new applications. Please check back in October 2020 for information regarding 2020-2021 funding.
Funding is available to help make your innovative well-being idea a reality!
All students (graduate and undergraduate) are invited to apply for mini-grants to support well-being projects.
Projects might include, but are not limited to:
- Foster greater resilience and well-being; decrease stress and anxiety
- Advance student well-being in the context of diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Increase peer to peer support
- De-stigmatize mental health issues
- Promote healthy sleep and nutrition habits and body positivity
Your target audience can be the general student body or a very specific student population. You may apply for ONE of the following grants:
- Up to $300 for a one-quarter project in Winter or Spring quarter
- Up to $500 for a major campus well-being event
- Up to $600 for a campus project in Winter and Spring quarters
Submit your creative idea proposal in 500-1,500 words to Carrie Siegel at email@example.com or fill out the online application.
Please address these basic questions. Bullet points are fine.
- For which grant are you applying?
- What is the issue or topic?
- What are the basic actionable steps and timeline?
- Who is involved in the project? (individual students, student groups, majors, department sponsorship, if applicable).
- Who will be your advisor? Please work with a faculty, staff, or professional campus mental health advisor who will provide guidance regarding sensitive issues that students may raise.
- Expected outcomes. Refer to literature and/or research that supports the impact of your idea.
- Evaluation process
- Budget (include other funding sources if applicable)
No worries if you don’t have all the details worked out yet. If your innovative idea is accepted, Well-Being at Stanford will help you further develop your proposal.
NOTIFICATION: A mini-grant selection team of faculty, staff and students will review proposals. Carrie Siegel, Well-Being project coordinator, will get back to you with the selection committee decision or any additional questions.
Brought to you by Well-being at Stanford with generous support from Stanford Recreation and Wellness.
Contact: Carrie Siegel firstname.lastname@example.org