Kwethluk Community Skatepark- Funded by Diabetes P&C in 2014. Photo by Matt Scott.

Deadline extended to June 1, 2016

Documents for awardees:

Awardee Tracking Form (pdf fillable)
W9 Taxpayer ID Request form

Over the past few decades many of our Native people living in the YK Delta have become less physically active, are eating less Native food, and have been developing more chronic health diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, cancers and obesity.

YKHC’s Diabetes Prevention & Control Program is currently inviting all communities in the YK Delta to apply for our 2016 Community Activity and Garden Award fundsWe are encouraging city and tribal government and other non-profit agencies to partner with us to develop long-term activity programs that will help prevent diabetes and other chronic health diseases by increasing healthy lifestyle choices for people living in our rural communities.

Cover  Letter

Please review the Cover Letter prior to filling out the 2016 Award Application. This document will provide you with an overview of changes to the award process this year as well as assist you in making sure that you understand the new scoring criteria that will be used this year. Thank you for your interest in the 2016 YKHC Community and Activity Award Program!

Download the Cover Letter


Download the application, fill it out and fax it to 1-907-543-6104, or e-mail it to

Download the Proposed Budget Cover Letter with Vendor Info Example Pages to see how to submit your budget proposal.

The deadline for submission is June 1, 2016To find out more about the Community Activity and Garden Award grants, please call Diabetes Prevention at 907-543-6133.


This award program is designed to promote an active lifestyle to help prevent type 2 diabetes in your community. Below are examples of projects we have previously funded:

  • Dog mushing
  • Activities associated with Eskimo dancing
  • Subsistence activities (kayaking, survival skills, hiking, etc.)
  • Exercise equipment (stair climber, treadmill, stationary bike, weight equipment, etc.)
  • Greenhouse(s) that involve the community
  • Youth Camps with a focus on physical activity
  • Basketball courts/camps
  • Exercise classes (aerobics and walking program)
  • Winter sports equipment: Kick sleds, skis, snowshoes, skates, etc.
  • Roller blades, skateboards
  • Wrestling program formation

Thank you for supporting YKHC’s Diabetes Prevention & Control Program and ultimately, the health of the people living in your community. If you need further assistance completing the application, please call 1-877-543-6133.