The $15.7 million is going to eight teams, headed by the University of Arizona, the YMCA of Southern Arizona, the Carondelet Health Network, Activate Tucson and the Community Food Bank. The UA is heading four of the teams and will get the largest share of the $9 million that has been budgeted for the teams.

The remaining $6.7 million of the grant money is going to salaries, advertising, a website and small projects - for example if a neighborhood association or school wanted shade trees and benches for its playground.

So far, the county has spent $184,500 of the grant money.