Tobacco use remains the number one preventable cause of death and disease in North Carolina and the United States. Your faith community can help reduce disease caused by tobacco and nicotine use.
With the help of the NC Department of Health and Human Services Tobacco Prevention & Control Branch, PHW is working to:
- Prevent the initiation of smoking and other tobacco use
- Eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke
- Help tobacco-users quit; and
- Advance health equity by identifying and eliminating commercial tobacco product-related inequities and disparities among N.C. populations and communities.
Will you join us in this work? Contact Donna Parks Hill, Project Coordinator for Tobacco/Nicotine education, at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
New Grant Opportunity!
Partners in Health and Wholeness is delighted to offer mini-grants to North Carolina faith communities interested in working around tobacco/nicotine education. We are accepting applications now through November 30!
The first step to applying for a mini-grant is to join The PHW Collaborative. The Collaborative is open to any faith community in North Carolina who worships together regularly in a physical location.
Already a member of The Collaborative? Email us for a link to the grant application form.
Need project ideas for your grant application?
Check our our Tobacco/Nicotine Education Project Menu!
Check out our latest Tobacco & Nicotine Education Webinar:
Please join us along with a special guest from NCDHHS Tobacco Control & Prevention Branch for a time of learning and discussion about the latest data, product information, and insights about tobacco and nicotine use in our communities. This knowledge can help your faith community to reduce disease caused by tobacco and nicotine usage–come and find out how!
PHW is pleased to be offering mini-grants for faith communities wishing to work in this area. Applications are being accepted now, but you can come to this webinar to learn more about how to use grant funds for this purpose and how to apply.