2022 Community Engagement Awards
2022 Community Engagement Awards
Is your organization interested in engaging non-traditional partners? Consider our Community Engagement Awards!
The Community Engagement Awards (CEAs) are a mechanism for CTCP funded projects to build community capacity and bring non-traditional partners into the tobacco control family. CEAs are a wonderful way to engage community based organizations in the fight to protect communities AND achieve scope of work activities.
Apply Here: https://forms.gle/Nc4CRswS2XqDxK8B6
Our Community Engagement Awards provide a chance for California-based African American organizations that are committed to health equity & justice to integrate tobacco prevention into their existing work.
Learn about our CEA Awardees
100 Black Women Silicon Valley
CBW advocates on behalf of women of color through national and local actions and strategic alliances that promote its national and international agendas on leadership development and on gender equity in health, education and economic development.
Black Arts Los Angeles (BALA)
The mission of the Black Arts Los Angeles, Inc. ("BALA") organization is to improve access to the creative arts for residents of the southern California community while providing artists with information to help sustain themselves and promote their craft.
Bridges Connecting to Education (BCPE)
Bridges Connecting People To Education mission is to help & provide educational, medical & housing assistance to all communities.
Cal Baptist University, BSU
The mission of the Black Student Union is to promote the belief that each person has been created for a purpose. It seeks to consolidate this view with a Christ-centered educational experience that teaches about the history, culture and social experiences of African Americans, Africans and other ethnic and cultural minorities.
Camp Phoenix Inc.
Camp Phoenix is a fun-filled, justice-centered program that is intentional about empowering teens from low-income backgrounds and reconnecting them to nature so they can become the leaders our community—and our planet—needs.
Cynthia Perry Foundation
Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP)
GRIP is a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic coalition of congregations from varied faiths working together as a diverse and inclusive coalition dedicated to helping those of our community in need to transition to self-sufficiency. Their mission statement: “Responding to the Call to Service, GRIP transforms the lives of homeless, hungry and disenfranchised people.” Over the years, GRIP, in keeping with its mission has evolved from a small community food pantry to a multiservice agency, which serves 15,000 homeless, hungry, and low-income consumers annually. GRIP is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors drawn from member congregations, the business community and public-sector agencies.
The Healing Institute Global Network
The Healing Institute Global Network provides support services to cancer patients and their families, which includes counseling, financial resource networking for vital monies that may be available, valuable second opinion information, rides to treatment and educational forums to the underserved. In the broader community, The Healing Institute informs with over 30 years’ experience of engaging educational programs/events for community organizations, religious organizations, other similar organizations and corporations around the vital importance of prevention, advocacy, treatment companionship.
Feel Free 2 Feel Free
Feel Free 2 Feel Free is a culturally competent evidence-based yoga and mindfulness program for schools that provide social, emotional, and physical wellness, tools for students to develop skills for learning readiness, self-regulation, and positive school climate. FF2FF offers culturally competent trainings, classes and resources to impact student’s grades, attendance, behaviors and citizenship. We empower students to meet improvement goals while preparing them for a lifetime of health, wellness, and success.