The Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF) facilitates the implementation of SNAP-Ed programs in Michigan through a network of local partner agencies. These programs deliver nutrition education, physical activity promotion and serve people and communities in Michigan who are eligible for SNAP benefits (SNAP-Ed eligible).

By applying for funds through MFF, organizations help maximize the resources to increase healthy eating and physical activity among Michigan’s most vulnerable populations. MFF SNAP-Ed Partners apply for funding annually.

The Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF) invites returning and new partners to submit a proposal for programming that will increase healthy eating and physical activity among Michigan’s most vulnerable populations.

MFF facilitates the development of effective, high-quality nutrition education and physical activity programming focusing on people eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Through a competitive proposal process, partners are selected each year to work throughout Michigan to implement SNAP-Education (SNAP-Ed) programming.

To be considered for funding for your program:


Submission Instructions

It will take up to 2 days to have your user account activated in the MFF Grant Portal. To ensure adequate time for account activation, please register by March 28th, 4:30pm EST.

Follow the instructions in the link below to begin the registration process.

MFF Grant Portal login instructions


Letter of Intent

Instructions for uploading the Letter of Intent 

Electronic Proposal

 Instructions for submitting the electronic MFF FY 2018 Request for Proposal 


If you have technical difficulties with the MFF Grant Portal, contact our technical support team at

We recommend that you read through the FY2018 Proposal Backgrounder and all other RFP documents before completing your proposal. For RFP documents, click here.


View FAQs

If you have questions or need technical assistance, please send an email to Questions will be answered and posted in batches a couple of times per week.

Technical Assistance Webinars

MFF invites new and returning partners to participate in upcoming technical assistance sessions for the FY2018 Request for Proposals (RFP).

To assist you during the proposal writing process and provide guidance, MFF will offer two technical assistance webinars on:

  • Thursday, March 16th 10:00am – 12:00pm
  • Thursday, March 30th 2:00pm – 3:30pm

These webinars are an opportunity for you to ask questions about the SNAP-Ed FY2018 RFP writing process. Participants may join the session at any time, but registration is required. All questions and answers will be posted in the FAQs.

Participation in these webinars is not mandatory for applicants.

The Request for Proposal (RFP) includes 9 documents: