Research Management Group (RMG)

Stanford Cancer Institute 
Community Partnership Program Mini-Grants (FY15)
Request for Proposals

The mission of the Stanford Cancer Institute Community Partnership Program (SCI-CPP) is to disseminate cancer information to Greater Bay Area minority communities; to increase community engagement in and capacity for Community Based Participatory Research with SCI investigators; and to promote minority participation in cancer clinical trials.

This webpage contains the 2014 RFP for your reference only.

Important Dates/Timeline:
Proposal due:           Nov. TBA
Funding notification:   on or before TBA
Initial 'site visit' mini-grantee meeting:   TBA
Funding period:    TBA

Application form and guidelines

Download the fillable PDF file   PDF file

Amount of funding
and eligibility:
Up to $2,500 may be requested from each organization. Organization must be a non-profit group with either a 501 (c)(3) status or a fiscal sponsor with 501(c)(3) status. No exceptions can be made. Funding request for one-day events or table sponsorships will not be considered for competitive funding.

Funding Priority Areas
Strong applications will propose a program or project that:
1) Helps describe or address the elimination of cancer health disparities and/or
2) Will increase cancer clinical trial participation, especially among racial/ethnic minorities and women and/or;
3) Has the potential for a future project/partnership with the SCI

Questions? Contact Person:

Rachel J. Mesia, MPH
Phone: 650.723.7119
Fax: 650.724.4042
Mailing Address: Stanford Cancer Clinical Trials Office - MC 5757, 300 Pasteur Dr., Stanford, CA 94305







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