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CMR Outreach to community organizations to take up NIH Build Up Trust Grant

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Public Pinned Report on NIH Challenge Grant - Build Up Trust led by National Institutes of Health Common Fund
Last modified: November 01, 2023




1. 2023-11-01 CMRC Convening a Checkpoint Meeting to gauge collaboration interests.

2. 2023-10-12 One Olmstead to take a lead;

3. Updates with CMRC,

4.  More info from NIH

5. Outreaches to Mayo, UMR and Olmsted County Public Health. 



2023-08-20 Status with CMRC


Video Clip at CMRC August 17 2023 Meeting



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2023-08-16 Status


More info from NIH





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Outreach to area community leadership to generate support



Olmsted County DEI One Olmsted is taking a lead to apply for the grant  2023-10-12


This opportunity has clear relevance with One Olmsted goal to build trust as presented to CMRC in the July meeting

Al Lun also brought this up with Rochester Area Housing Alliance in October 11 meeting as it relates to the issue of lack of housing opportunities to renters or housing seekers that Damascus Way serves.

See this Video Clip

We should make sure that we all working together to use this grant opportunity to underpin our area's trust building needs. 


Olmsted County Public Health 2023-09-14


 Page 7 of 2023-09-14 HAAP Meting Minutes



Meeting with Mayo Clinic's August 30 2023-08-30


Center for Health Equity and Community Engagement Research

  Link to Email Message with Mayo Representatives (PW Access)   Contact us for PW access


UMR 2023-08-24


Email contacting UMR with Chancellor Lori Carrell (PW access) Contact us for PW access


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CMRC Convening NIH Build Up Trust Interest Meeting 


LINK to November 3, 2023 CMRC Special Meeting Takeaways. 

No obvious interest from Olmsted County, Mayo Clinic and UMR to take this on. 



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Related Reports


Other NIH Challenge Grant - Build Up Trust Pinned Reports

October 13, 2023 : CMRC Convening Outreach to Gauge Interests

Video Recording of Nov 3 2023 CMRC Meeting 

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Pinned National Institutes of Health Common Fund organization and project reports


Organization Report: March 20, 2024 : NIH Community Engagement Alliance Consultative Resource

We invite community organizations and partners who expressed interest in the Community Partnerships to Advance Science for Society (ComPASS) initiative to participate at no cost in several opportunities hosted by CEACR.

Project Report of NIH ComPASS: Intersection of Food, Culture & Health Grant Proposal : October 10, 2023 : Food, health and culture intersections: Community-Led, Health Equity Structural Intervention Initiative

1. NIH Announcing Awardees  2. Video Clip from CMRC August Meeting; 3. Scoring results from NIH;  4. Interim Status to  CMRC and grant supporters.

Project Report of NIH ComPASS: Intersection of Food, Culture & Health Grant Proposal : January 24, 2023 : Community-Led, Health Equity Structural Intervention Initiative (OT2)

Rochester-area conversations to explain NIH ComPASS program submission and solicit letters of support from area CBOs. 

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