Budget template writing assignment #1 – read the article “attached”

 
Budget Template
Writing Assignment #1 – Read the article above and create a ONE PAGE budget template and budget justification for a grant proposal.
SAMPLE BUDGET TEMPLATE ASSIGNMENT
Don’t Let your High Blood Pressure Get You Down
Need Statement: The leading cause of death in the US is heart disease.  Hypertension is a significant risk factor.  The prevalence of hypertension among African American elderly is 75% (Still, Ferdinand, Ogedegbe & Wright, 2015).
Mission Statement: The mission of the “Don’t Let your High Blood Pressure Get you Down” program is to educate African American Elderly in Long Beach, CA in order to control their blood pressure and reduce the risk of Heart Disease.
Goals:  The “Don’t Let your Blood Pressure Get you Down” program will consist of a health educator delivering four educational modules, one-per week, at the Spectrum campus with an audience of 50 African American elderly with essential hypertension.  The Health Educator will travel to the site by personal automobile from Kearny Mesa campus, measure blood pressure in each participant every week for four weeks and deliver an interactive education module related to control of blood pressure (medications, nutrition, exercise and stress management).  The participants will be offered fresh fruit during the sessions in order to encourage heart healthy eating.  The NU printer will be used to develop educational materials to be distributed during the sessions and to print the pre and posttests.
By the end of the program: Goal 1. The participants will choose heart healthy meals Goal 2. The participants will engage in appropriate exercise at least two times each week
Budget: Requested Funds: Total $1446.40
Personnel: 1 Health Educator $30 per hour X 10 hours per week X 4 weeks = $1200
Travel: From campus to campus by car 20 miles X $0.58 per mile X 4 trips = $46.40
Equipment: In-kind contribution from National University: Use of computer and printer
Blood pressure cuff $50.00
Supplies:  Printer paper $50.00
Fresh fruit $100.00
Budget Justification:
Personnel: 1 Health Educator $30 per hour X 10 hours per week X 4 weeks = $1200. Based on temporary contract limitations of National University for hourly workers.
Travel: From campus to campus by car 20 miles X $0.58 per mile X 4 trips = $46.40 Based on California government rates for mileage reimbursement.
Equipment: In-kind contribution from National University: Use of computer and printer
Blood pressure cuff $50.00
Supplies:  Printer paper $50.00
Fresh fruit $100.00
Reference
Still, C. H., Ferdinand, K. C., Ogedegbe, G., & Wright, J. T., Jr (2015). Recognition and Management of Hypertension in Older Persons: Focus on African Americans. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 63(10), 2130–2138. doi:10.1111/jgs.13672
COH599BudgetTemplateSAMPLE.docx THIS HAS GREAT CONTENT HOWEVER IT IS TOO LONG

Budget template writing assignment #1 – read the article “attached”

 
Budget Template
Writing Assignment #1 – Read the article above and create a ONE PAGE budget template and budget justification for a grant proposal.
SAMPLE BUDGET TEMPLATE ASSIGNMENT
Don’t Let your High Blood Pressure Get You Down
Need Statement: The leading cause of death in the US is heart disease.  Hypertension is a significant risk factor.  The prevalence of hypertension among African American elderly is 75% (Still, Ferdinand, Ogedegbe & Wright, 2015).
Mission Statement: The mission of the “Don’t Let your High Blood Pressure Get you Down” program is to educate African American Elderly in Long Beach, CA in order to control their blood pressure and reduce the risk of Heart Disease.
Goals:  The “Don’t Let your Blood Pressure Get you Down” program will consist of a health educator delivering four educational modules, one-per week, at the Spectrum campus with an audience of 50 African American elderly with essential hypertension.  The Health Educator will travel to the site by personal automobile from Kearny Mesa campus, measure blood pressure in each participant every week for four weeks and deliver an interactive education module related to control of blood pressure (medications, nutrition, exercise and stress management).  The participants will be offered fresh fruit during the sessions in order to encourage heart healthy eating.  The NU printer will be used to develop educational materials to be distributed during the sessions and to print the pre and posttests.
By the end of the program: Goal 1. The participants will choose heart healthy meals Goal 2. The participants will engage in appropriate exercise at least two times each week
Budget: Requested Funds: Total $1446.40
Personnel: 1 Health Educator $30 per hour X 10 hours per week X 4 weeks = $1200
Travel: From campus to campus by car 20 miles X $0.58 per mile X 4 trips = $46.40
Equipment: In-kind contribution from National University: Use of computer and printer
Blood pressure cuff $50.00
Supplies:  Printer paper $50.00
Fresh fruit $100.00
Budget Justification:
Personnel: 1 Health Educator $30 per hour X 10 hours per week X 4 weeks = $1200. Based on temporary contract limitations of National University for hourly workers.
Travel: From campus to campus by car 20 miles X $0.58 per mile X 4 trips = $46.40 Based on California government rates for mileage reimbursement.
Equipment: In-kind contribution from National University: Use of computer and printer
Blood pressure cuff $50.00
Supplies:  Printer paper $50.00
Fresh fruit $100.00
Reference
Still, C. H., Ferdinand, K. C., Ogedegbe, G., & Wright, J. T., Jr (2015). Recognition and Management of Hypertension in Older Persons: Focus on African Americans. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 63(10), 2130–2138. doi:10.1111/jgs.13672
COH599BudgetTemplateSAMPLE.docx THIS HAS GREAT CONTENT HOWEVER IT IS TOO LONG