Grant Initiative


Fall 2023:

Jill Fagala, Union County
Project Title: Bobcats with Hearts (Kindness Club)

Spring 2023:

Lisa Saladin, Buncombe County
Project Title: Sudden Cardiac Arrest Emergency Response and CPR/AED Staff Empowerment Training for Project ADAM Heart Safe School Designation 

Fall 2022:
          No applicants

Spring 2022:

Laura Plantenburg, Jackson County
Project Title:Examining School Staff Knowledge and Self-Efficacy in Supporting Gender Diverse Students in the SchoolSetting

Spring 2021: 

Carrie Bramlett, Union County
Project Title:  Emergency and Disaster Preparedness for the School Nurse

Fall 2021: No applicants

Fall 2020:

Recipient:Abraya Johnson, Cabarrus County
Project Title: Get Fit and Stay Fit

Spring 2020:

Recipient: Kristen Davis, Watauga County
Project Title: Stop the Bleed

Fall 2019:

Recipient: Elizabeth Thomasson, BSN, RN
Project Title: Health Emergency AED Response Training

Spring 2019:

Recipient: Nicki Allison, BSN, RN-BC, NCSN, Buncombe County
Project Title: Johnston Elementary Labyrinth
Project Goal: Create a 20 x 20 foot labyrinth at Johnston Elementary School.

Fall 2018:

Recipient: Dallas Picard, Cabarrus County
Project Title: Boys Run Club 

Spring 2018:

Recipient: Kim Spaulding, Catawba County
Project Title: Active Participants in Mental Health

Grant Initiative Description

The School Nurse Association of North Carolina (SNANC) offers two grants per year in the amount of up to $500 to qualifying applicants. These grants would advance the profession of school nursing in the areas of health promotion/education, disease prevention, and profession enhancing research.

Qualifying applicants will need to be SNANC members who submit proposals by one of two annual deadlines on November 15th and March 15th. Proposals will be reviewed by the Grant Committee and one grant will be awarded in January and the second in June. Proposals not awarded grants at the November deadline will automatically be considered for the March deadline.

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