Community resources to keep children safe
The Hold On To Dear Life® campaign was established at Primary Children's Hospital in 1991 to educate the community on how to keep children safe. The original campaign focused on child restraint/seat belt use and later child abuse prevention. In the last few years, it has been broadened to include the award-winning, Spot the Tot program and other injury prevention topics.
We want to help kids be safe while having fun on ATVs, and we have several resources to help.
Learn how to properly install and check car seats to keep your child safe while driving.
Find safety information for kids and cars and learn why you should never leave your child alone in a car.
Walking is a great way to stay active. When walking, there are ways to stay safe.
Learn about simple steps that prevent accidentally rolling over children in driveways and parking lots.
Many injuries on bikes, scooters, and skateboards can be prevented by wearing a safety helmet that fits correctly.
Thousands of children are injured in each after falling from a window. Learn how to prevent this type of accident.
Find safety information for kids and water and learn how to prevent accidents.
Check out our calendar of child safety community events including car seat checks, health fairs and more.
Thank you for your interest in this grant opportunity from Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital. These grants are generously funded in part by the Kohls Cares Foundation. The purpose of these grants are to support school districts in planning, preparing, and implementing the new Utah Core State Standards for Health Education in elementary schools. Of particular interest is embedding the mental health strand into school curriculum for younger grades (K-3). Please complete the following application for consideration. Fields with an asterisk are required. Application deadline closes Nov. 15. The goal of this grant is to provide funding to Districts who may not have support from other streams. Therefore, Districts who have received funding through Project Aware grant or the Garrett Lee Smith Grant will be ranked lower in the scoring process, but may still apply.
Application Launches: Oct 1
Application Open: Oct 1 – Nov 15
Deadline: Nov 15
Application Review: Nov 15- Dec 6
Funds may be used for curriculum, curriculum development, professional development, or materials. Funds may not be used for student/teacher incentives, prizes, or T-shirts.
*Please include a budget of project costs including which will be covered by the grant and which will be paid by the district. (You may use the USBE defined budget categories.)
As part of your application, the following forms will be required. After submission, please check your email for instructions on how to email them.
- A copy of your District foundation’s 501C3 Federal designation letter
- A completed and signed W9
- A completed and signed Intermountain Supplier Form, emailed to you when you submit your application
All decisions concerning mini-grants provided by Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital and Kohls Cares Foundation are final.
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