St. David’s Foundation has launched Opportunity Grants to provide financial support for new approaches to improving community health. These grants seek proposals that include innovative, transformative ideas for making Central Texas the healthiest community in the world. Opportunity Grants are intended to support short-term projects that have the potential to lead to long-term, transformative impact, and may include (though not limited to) research, planning or testing of new models. Ten recipients received grants for two years of funding. The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing, in collaboration with Cardea Services received one of these grants to develop online Continuing Education (CEs) modules for Community Health Workers (CHWs) to address women’s health, with a focus on rural communities. Certified CHWs in Texas are required to obtain 20 CE credits every two years to maintain certification, and are often looking for new content to enhance their learning.