Funding

ACC FY18 Transportation Grants

The Arkansas Cancer Coalition’s (ACC) mission is to facilitate and provide partnerships to reduce the human suffering and economic burden from cancer for the citizens of Arkansas. Please download and review the Arkansas Cancer Plan, click here. ACC will administer mini-grants,in amounts of $1,000.00 that will be based on certain criteria to provide financial assistance to fund transportation […]

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Competitive Grant

Cancer in your County: Communities for Change Competitive Grant funding available The Arkansas Cancer Coalition (ACC) works to strengthen the cancer control network as well as implement the goals and strategies of the state’s only comprehensive cancer plan—the Arkansas Cancer Plan. To download the Arkansas Cancer Plan, click here. ACC will award community grants to ACC […]

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FY15 Awarded Competitive Grant Programs

Current Awarded Competitive Grantees for July 2014 – June 2015. This page summarizes their program, focus area and the counties they serve.

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FY16 Awarded Competitive Grant Programs

Organization: ARcare Program: ARcare Cancer Care County Served: Jackson and Woodruff ACP Focus Area: Survivorship # 7 Summary of Grant: The ARcare Cancer Care program will assist the Arkansas Cancer Coalition in addressing the needs of long-term cancer survivors in Arkansas. This program will focus on the development of a long-term survivorship clinics as outlined […]

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FY16 Awarded Mini Grants

FY2016 Spring Mini-Grants Grant Period: March 7, 2016 – May 13, 2016   Organization: Arkansas Youth Leadership Program: Arkansas Tobacco Free Kids Day 2016 Funding Amount: $1,000 Counties Served: Statewide Estimated Number of Individuals to be Served: 500 ACP Focus Area: Lung Cancer Summary of Grant: Arkansas Tobacco Free Kids Day is an annual event […]

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FY17 Awarded Competitive Grant Programs

Organization: CARTI Program: Transportation Assistance Program Funding Amount: $48,700.00 Counties Served: Arkansas, Crittenden, Cross, Desha, Jackson, Lafayette, Lee, Mississippi, Ouachita, Phillips, Poinsett, Union, and Woodruff Total Population: 292,514 Focus Area: Survivorship #9 Grant Period: July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 Summary of Grant: Low-income cancer patients living in rural areas of the state have […]

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FY17 Awarded Mini Grants

FY2017 Spring Mini-Grants Grant Period: March 6 – May 12, 2017   Organization: Arkansas Community Health Worker Association Program: Community Health Worker Summit Funding Amount: $2,405.00 Counties Served: All Counties Estimated Number of Individuals to be Served: 100 ACP Focus Area: Lung Summary of Grant: The Arkansas Community Health Worker Association’s (ARCHWA) Summit is a two-day […]

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FY18 ACC Mini Grants

The Arkansas Cancer Coalition’s (ACC) mission is to facilitate and provide partnerships to reduce the human suffering and economic burden from cancer for the citizens of Arkansas. Please download and review the Arkansas Cancer Plan, click here. ACC will administer mini-grants,in amounts from $1000.00 – $2,500.00 to fund partner activities/events/programs, on a short term basis, that work to […]

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Grants Administrative Procedures Manual

For up to date allowable and non-allowable items for competitive and mini grants please download the Grants Administrative Procedures Manual here.  

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Mini Grant Budget Form

Please click here to download the Mini Grant Initial Budget Form and upload it with your corresponding mini grant application.

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Mini Grants

Have you already received a Mini Grant? Fill out the ACC Mini Grant Final Report Click here to download the Mini Grant Budget Template Click here to download the Arkansas Cancer Plan mini version Fall 2017 Mini Grants are now open! The application deadline is September 11, 2017. Programs/Activities must take place between October 2 to December […]

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Peer Reviewer Application

If you are interested in serving as a Peer Reviewer, please complete the Peer Reviewer application.

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