Required Elements

In order to qualify for the CABL scholarship, your activities must meet the following requirements.  You must plan at least one activity from each of the following four areas.  A minimum of four events are required for each school year.

  • Mental/Emotional Health.  Examples include addiction prevention and recovery.  (Drugs, alcohol, tobacco, gaming, pornography, eating disorders, depression seminars, stress reduction, etc.)
  • Physical Health. This could include programs such as the Made to Move Challenge, fitness events, runs, triathlons, healthy eating and cooking, etc.
  • Spiritual Health.  Spiritual events including special speakers, Bible studies, spiritual health programs, general spiritual health, etc.
  • Social Health.  Activities and programs that build social well being that could include community service activities, camping trips, group social activities to build community relationships both on and off the campuses, or game nights.

You will also be required to submit a report in order to receive the scholarship check each semester.  Reports are due December 15 and May 15.  More details available on the Report page.

Note:  A W-9 will be required for students serving as CABL leaders at schools within the USA.  This will be submitted as part of your Application.

The following are highly recommended.

  • Facebook.  Create a CABL Facebook page for your school and us it to advertise and share about your events.  Like and tag the NAD CABL Facebook and Twitter accounts on the reports.
  • ​Logos.  Use one of the official CABL logos on promotions or advertising.  School logos can also be added.

Program Ideas

Following are some ideas for programs and activities.  Talk with your faculty advisor to plan events that will be the most useful for your campus.  Focus each activity on the health of your fellow students or as an outreach to the community.

  • CABL challenge week or weekend with a theme of choice: guest speaker, activities, student involvement
  • 12-step weekly or biweekly Addiction Recovery meetings for students during the school year using Journey to Wholeness materials.  Visit for more information.
  • Made to Move Challenge
  • Healthy Eating: Special diets, weight loss, eating disorders
  • Stress reduction
  • Social activities to promote positive community
  • Off campus health/wellness outreach
  • Health Fair or expo: on or off campus
  • Health screenings: malls, churches, schools
  • Positive mental health: depression, emotional intelligence
  • Vegetarian cooking classes
  • Sponsor a community/vegetable garden or farmers market on campus
  • Other suggestions or programs must be pre-approved by your faculty sponsor and the NAD CABL Coordinator