OEA Choice Trust
Inspiring schools to create healthy
workplaces for all staff
ABOUT OEA CHOICE TRUST
OEA Choice Trust is dedicated to promoting the total well-being of Oregon public school employees. We believe that all school employees, no matter their role, should have the support they need to be well – physically, emotionally and socially. Healthy worksites reduce employees’ stress, boost energy and morale and promote better balance in life – a win for all staff and students.
WHAT WE DO
We think of our work as a journey to well-being that includes:
- Grants, scholarships and professional development for customized employee wellness programs for Oregon public k-12 districts, education service districts and community colleges.
- Resources that include technical assistance, trainings, professional development and coaching that are based on healthy worksite best practices.
- A statewide conference and other gatherings that bring together school employees, health advocates and educators to create healthy workplaces; network with each other; and learn how to connect their colleagues and communities to the benefits of school employee wellness programs.
|February 2020||OEA Choice Trust announces Employee Wellness Grant Funding Opportunity. OEA Choice Trust staff will be available by phone and email to address any questions and clarify grant requirements. Please contact Asta Garmon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.495.6290.|
|April 24, 2020||Deadline for receipt of full grant applications with required signatures|
|April-May 2020||Evaluation Review Period by OEA Choice Trust Team|
|Proposals presented to OEA Choice Trust Board of Trustees for review and grant award decisions|
|June 2020||Announcement of School Employee Wellness Grant awards|
|June 2020||Award letters and Terms and Agreement forms mailed|
|July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021||Interim Progress Reports and End of Grant Year Reports are due each grant year. Continued funding is contingent on receipt of all grant reports and OEA Choice Trust Board of Trustees’ review and continued award funding decisions.|