Local Partner programming provides the core infrastructure for community-based SNAP-Ed program delivery and is essential to support statewide initiatives. Local programming efforts increase the capacity of SNAP-Ed in Michigan to meet the unique needs of Michigan SNAP recipients and their families.


FY19 Partners

American Indian Health and Family Services

Battle Creek Community Foundation

Beaumont Health

Boys & Girls Club of the Muskegon Lakeshore

Bronson Health Foundation

Calhoun ISD

Child and Family Charities

Copper Country Community Mental Health Board – Moving More, Eating Better

Copper Country Community Mental Health Board – PE-Nut

Crim Fitness Foundation

Dickinson-Iron District Health Department

District Health Department #10*

Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD

Genesee ISD


Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan

Gratiot-Isabella RESD

Growing Hope

Health Department of Northwest Michigan

Henry Ford Health System

Keep Growing Detroit*

Kent ISD

LAHC-Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities*

Livingston Educational Service Agency

Marquette Alger RESA

Miller-Carr Human Services*

The Moorish Science Temple of America Homestate Subordinate Temple # 5

National Kidney Foundation of Michigan – Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities

National Kidney Foundation of Michigan – PreSchool

NorthWest Initiative

Oakland County Health Division

Refugee Development Center

Saginaw ISD

Traverse Bay Area ISD

Traverse City Area Public Schools

Tuscola ISD

Van Buren ISD

Wayne State University, College of Education Center for Community Health and Impact

Western U.P. Health Department*

YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids

*FY18 Mid-Year