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Part of our mission is to help connect communities interested in using CATCH to the funds and other resources they need. Please search our database below to see what grant opportunities may be available in your area.

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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Reser Family Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 1, 2017

The Reser Family Foundation makes transformational charitable contributions in the areas of the arts, education, environment and health that will result in broad public benefit, primarily in Oregon. Applicants must have current 501(c)(3) tax exempt status. Grant Request Letter must be received by February 1 and August 1 each year.


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Atkinson Foundation Grants

Grantor: Atkinson Foundation
Amount: $5,000 - $15,000
Deadline: February 1, 2017

The Foundation provides funding to nonprofit organizations, schools, and church-related organizations providing direct services to to the residents of San Mateo County, California, through programs that benefit: children, youth, families, immigrants, the elderly and the ill, the disadvantaged, needy and homeless, the mentally and physically disabled, and those suffering from drug, alcohol or physical abuse. These services include: counseling, rehabilitation, job training, respite and child care, family planning, health education, and programs that meet basic human needs. Requests are reviewed quarterly. Deadlines: February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1


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Whitehead Foundation Grant Program

Grantor: Whitehead (Joseph B.) Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 1, 2017

The Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation is an independent private foundation that seeks to help people in need in metro Atlanta, particularly children, by investing in education, health and economic opportunity. Eligible organizations are 501c3 public charities located and operating in metro Atlanta, as defined by the United Way of Greater Atlanta to include Butts, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry, Paulding and Rockdale counties. Proposals are reviewed 2 times annually. Deadline for consideration at the April board meeting is February 1 and at the November board meeting is September 1.


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Woodruff Foundation Grant

Grantor: Robert W. Woodruff Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 1, 2017

The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation is an independent private foundation that seeks to improve the quality of life in Georgia by investing in health, education, economic opportunity and community vitality.Your organization may be eligible for a grant if it is a 501(c)(3) public charity, is located or operating in Georgia, aligns with the Foundation’s program interests in Health, Education, Environment, Human Services, Arts & Culture or Community Development. Proposals are reviewed 2 times annually. Deadline for consideration at the April board meeting is February 1 and at the November board meeting is September 1.


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Responsive Grants

Grantor: John Randolph Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 1, 2017

John Randolph Foundation partners with local communities and organizations in the Tri-Cities area of Virginia (the City of Hopewell, the County of Prince George, and surrounding areas) to support good health and bright futures. There are 2 grant cycles annually with Letters of Intent due February 1 and August 1.


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Healthy Behaviors Grants

Grantor: Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 1, 2017

The Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation enhances the health and wellness of area residents, providing education, funding and programs that motivate people to adopt healthy lifestyles. The Foundation serves the residents of Pottstown Borough and those within a 10-mile radius of downtown Pottstown. There are two grantmaking cycles annually with Letters of Intent due February 1 and August 1.


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Health Eating Active Living (HEAL)

Grantor: Paso del Norte Health Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 6, 2017

The Paso del Norte Health Foundation seeks Letters of Intent from eligible organizations for funding in one of two interest areas that help meet the goals identified in their Strategic Plan: 1. Systems, organizational, and/or policy change designed to improve health outcomes for students including but not limited to coordinated or comprehensive school health; and/or 2. Sustainable population-wide strategies to advance healthy eating or active living. Projects must serve residents in their service region which includes El Paso and Hudspeth Counties in far West Texas; Dona Ana, Luna, and Otero Counties in southern New Mexico; and Municipality of Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico.


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Healthy Eating Active Communities Grant

Grantor: Health Foundation of South Florida
Amount: $50,000-$120,000
Deadline: February 8, 2017

The Health Foundation of South Florida partners with non-profit and community-based organizations to:   Improve the nutritional content of food available in schools, child care centers, after-school programs and retail outlets, based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans; Increase physical activity in the school, after-school and child care settings; and Implement policies for the built environment that enhance access to and availability of physical activity. Preliminary proposals are due February 8. Invited full proposals will be due March 30.

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Foundation grant

Grantor: Community Health Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 10, 2017

To promote health and wellness and to support quality healthcare, Community Health Foundation grants funds to nonprofit organizations serving Clark and Champaign Counties, Ohio. Funded programs must work to improve health and wellbeing in the region. Within their Healthy Living area of interest, activities may include: access to and promotion of physical activity; access to, promotion of, and education about nutritious food; and environmental changes toat support population health.


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Health Care Division – Community Centered Prevention Grants

Grantor: Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 14, 2017

The Trust has identified three primary funding interests in their Community Centered Prevention issue area: Opportunities for Physical Activity, Access to Healthy Foods and Comprehensive Prevention in a Community Setting. Comprehensive Prevention in a Community Setting includes efforts to improve health and well-being in a single setting such as a school/school district, child care facility, faith-based organization, community space, or worksite. Strategies could include: development/implementation of wellness policies, procurement policy changes and implementation, and programs and policies that address active living, healthy eating, and other prevention strategies in an integrated fashion. Efforts should be comprehensive and tailored enough to impact staff, clients, and vendors in the selected setting. Proposals are limited by the 2016-2017 Tier designation of the county served (see website for list of Tier 1 counties).

 


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Creating Healthy Schools: Local Implementation

Grantor: Colorado Health Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 15, 2017

The purpose of this funding opportunity is to ensure all kids have age-appropriate daily physical education and physical activity and healthy food and beverages in schools. Funding can go to a district, group of districts, group of charter schools, BOCES or local community partners acting on behalf of districts to support strategy implementation in specified areas, including comprehensive physical activity programs and health education in support of healthy eating and/or physical activity. To be eligible, applicants must participate in the National School Lunch Program and have evidence of high need, defined as 50-100% FRL or a majority minority student population. Deadlines in 2016 are June 15 and October 15. Deadlines in 2017 are Feb. 15, June 15, and October 15.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Assisi Foundation of Memphis
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 16, 2017

The Assisi Foundation of Memphis, Inc. serves nonprofit organizations that work to improve Memphis and the Mid-South. Their focus areas include health and human services; education and literacy; social justice and ethics; and cultural enrichment and the arts. The Foundation considers grant applications from nonprofit organizations that provide services in the Greater Memphis area: Shelby, Fayette, and Tipton Counties in Tennessee; Crittenden County, Arkansas; and Desoto County, Mississippi. Proposal deadlines are Feb 16 and May 18.


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Community Grant

Grantor: Blackford County Community Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 16, 2017

Blackford County Community Foundation will focus primarily on these fields of interest: Community Development; Community Services Planning & Coordination; Education; Health; and Human Services. 2017 Grant requests are accepted bi-annually for grant application periods ending February 16 and July 20.


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BUILD Health Challenge Award

Grantor: Multiple funders
Amount: $250,000
Deadline: February 21, 2017

The BUILD Health Challenge encourages communities to build meaningful partnerships among hospitals and health systems, community-based organizations, their local health department and other organizations to improve the overall health of local residents. In this new round of funding and support, the BUILD Health Challenge will award 18 grants to communities across the country. To be eligible, the lead applicant must assemble a partnership including (at minimum) a hospital or health system, local health department, and local non-profit community organization or coalition of organizations. The participating hospital must demonstrate a 1:1 match and activity must be focused on a delineated zip code(s), census tract(s), or neighborhood(s) experiencing significant health disparities within a city of 150,000 residents or more. Applicants from CO, NJ, NC, and parts of IA and TX are exempt from the population requirement. Applicants are invited to attend one of three webinars on Dec. 12, 15 or Jan. 31 for more information.


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Healthy Generations Foundation Grants

Grantor: Anthem
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 24, 2017

The Anthem Foundation funds specific public health–related issues that positively affect key health conditions identified through our signature Healthy Generations program. Today, we’re emphasizing efforts in these five areas: cardiac mortality; cancer prevention and smoking cessation; maternal and newborn health; diabetes prevention and management; and childhood and elderly obesity. 501c3 organizations are eligible to apply. See website for a list of states in which Anthem does business. There are 2 cycles per year with 2017 applications due: Feb. 24, Sep. 1


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Miami County Foundation Grant

Grantor: Miami County Foundation
Amount: Variable
Deadline: February 28, 2017

The purpose of Miami County Foundation grants is to solicit, receive and administer assets exclusively for charitable purposes that would most effectively assist, encourage and promote the health, education and welfare of the citizens of Miami County. Applicants must provide services directly to the citizens of Miami County, OH and must be certified federally tax-exempt by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c) or equivalent organization, preferably 501 (c)(3). Applications due the last day of February and August.


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Foundation Grants

Grantor: Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation
Amount: up to $15,000
Deadline: March 1, 2017

The Foundation makes grants to nonprofit 501©3 organizations for the benefit of the public within Coos, Deschutes, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, and Lane counties. Primary categories of interest are: Basic Needs, Abuse Prevention & Intervention, Education (early childhood education and parent education, afterschool programs, positive youth develepment), Health & Wellness, and Community Support. The Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation makes grants up to $15,000. There are two grant application deadlines a year: March 1 and September 1.


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Community Health Needs Grants

Grantor: Grundy County Memorial Hospital Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: March 1, 2017

The Grundy County Memorial Hospital Foundation allows non-profit organizations, schools, and health-promoting groups to make use of this program to impact health needs in their communities. Grants may be awarded to organizations who can demonstrate a new or innovative project to impact any of the following areas: Access to Health Care, Chronic Disease Management, Wellness, and Disease Prevention. Applications are due: March 1, July 1, November 1.

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AAF/HF 2017 Discretionary Grant Program

Grantor: Amarillo Area Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: March 1, 2017

The mission of the Amarillo Area Foundation is to improve quality of life for Texas Panhandle residents. Each year, the Amarillo Area Foundation and its supporting organization, The Don and Sybil Harrington Foundation, consider grant requests from public charities located within the northernmost 26 counties of Texas. Applications are due March 1 and June 30.


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Community Initiatives Program

Grantor: CHI St. Joseph Children's Health
Amount: Varies
Deadline: March 1, 2017

As a part of their on-going ministry to improve the health of children in need within Lancaster County, CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health strategically partners with nonprofit organizations with similar commitments to the health of Lancaster County children to provide financial investments to support programs and services that result in the positive behavior and systemic changes necessary for good health. Focus areas include: oral health, children’s health & wellbeing, lead poisoning prevention, childhood immunizations, violence prevention, and access to care. Applications for the FY2017 funding cycles are 10/3/16 and 3/1/17.

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Healthy Children and Youth

Grantor: Caring for Colorado Foundation
Amount: Variable
Deadline: March 3, 2017

Caring for Colorado Foundation is committed to improving health systems, focusing on population health and prevention and working to solve the most pressing health needs of vulnerable and underserved populations in Colorado. Funding priorities include healthy children and youth and community health. Eligible applicants include charitable nonprofit organizations with tax-exempt classification from the IRS or tax-supported institutions including state or local governments or schools. There are 2 annual deadlines – the first Friday in March and the first friday in October.


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Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey Grant

Grantor: Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey
Amount: Varies
Deadline: March 3, 2017

To be considered for support, a proposal must fit the Foundation’s mission and address key physical and/or mental health issues in the Foundation’s priority areas: Vulnerable populations in the greater Newark, NJ community; At-risk individuals and families in the MetroWest Jewish community; Clinical research/medical education initiatives that significantly and directly impact the above-named populations; Promotion of humanism in medicine in ways that directly impact patient care. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis and considered by the Board quarterly. The following are 2017 deadlines for quarterly review: March 3, June 2, & August 18


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Community Foundation of Mason County
Amount: Varies
Deadline: March 15, 2017

The Community Foundation of Mason County gives grants to 501c3 organizations, churches, schools, and government agencies serving Mason County, MI. Among their areas of focus are programs that promote healthy lifestyles through education and prevention. Applications of Intent for the spring grant round are due March 15 and for the fall grant round are due September 15.


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Community Support Grants

Grantor: Bemis Foundation
Amount: over $1,000
Deadline: March 17, 2017

The Bemis Foundation Community Support Grants are awarded in Basic Education and Health & Wellness during their Empower funding cycle. To apply, organizations must be 501(c)(3) IRS designated, or an accredited, non-profit educational institution serving Bemis facility communities in the U.S. A detailed email of inquiry is required before applying. Applications are due March 17, 2017.


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Healthy Community Partnership Grant

Grantor: St. Clare Health Care Foundation
Amount: $2,000
Deadline: April 1, 2017

The purpose of the St. Clare Health Care Foundation’s Healthy Community Partnership Grant initiative is to provide funding to those who engage in projects, programs and activities that advance the health and wellness of all who live in St. Clare Hospital’s service area communities (primarily the greater Baraboo-Lake Delton-Wisconsin Dells area). It is preferred that requesting parties have an IRS 501(c)(3) tax status. However, all requests will be reviewed. Grants are awarded during two semi-annual cycles, with the following application deadlines: First cycle – April 15; Second cycle – October 15.


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Y.O.U.T.H. Grant

Grantor: Hillsdale County Community Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: April 1, 2017

The HCCF YOUTH Council is interested in funding projects that will improve the quality of life for the young people of Hillsdale County. Eligible projects generally fall within these categories: education, fine arts, social services, community development, recreation, environmental issues, health and wellness, and improvement in the physical, mental, and moral conditions of Hillsdale County young people. The Foundation aims to support creative approaches to community needs and problems that benefit the widest possible range of people. Applicants shall be tax exempt according to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, an educational institution, or a governmental unit. Grant requests must include youth in the planning and implementation of the project. Applications are due April 1 and November 1 annually.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Western Marquette County Health Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: April 1, 2017

The Western Marquette County Health Foundation is dedicated to providing funding for health and wellness solutions for the communities within Western Marquette County. This includes but is not limited to the programs addressing the following Critical Health Indicators of the region: chronic disease education, mental health and social & emotional support, prenatal health, health and wellness, obesity, and uninsured or underinsured children. Applications are due April 1 and October 1.


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Dunlap Williamson Youmans Fund

Grantor: Community Foundation of Central Georgia
Amount: Varies
Deadline: May 1, 2017

The Dunlap Williamson Youmans Fund will seek to help the needs of today’s society and to anticipate emerging issues that may become major concerns in the future. Areas of particular interest include: Healthcare Initiatives; Educational Development; Family Services; and Youth Welfare. Grant applicants must be qualified 501(c)(3) organizations whose principal offices are located in Bibb County, Georgia and the contiguous counties. Grant applications are considered semi-annually. The application deadlines are May 1st and November 1st.


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Nike Community Impact Fund

Grantor: Oregon Community Foundation
Amount: $5,000 - $20,000
Deadline: June 8, 2017

The Nike Community Impact Fund exists to further Nike’s goal to collaborate with local organizations to create strong communities where physical activity, play and sports are a highly valued part of everyday life. Grants are one-year awards totaling between $5,000 and $20,000 each. Grants are due June 8 and December 1.


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Community Partnership Grants

Grantor: WellSpan
Amount: <$20,000
Deadline: July 1, 2017

Organizations that qualify as not-for-profit, tax-exempt and that serve the communities in WellSpan Health’s service area (Adams, York, Lancaster, and Lebanon counties) may apply for a Community Partnership Grant. Projects should be consistent with WellSpan Health’s vision to improve the health and well being of the people they serve. Current priority areas include: overweight/obesity, health care access, tobacco use, depression and end-of-life care. Most grants are less than $20,000. Application due dates are July 1, December 1, and April 1.

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Community Health and Wellness Grant Program

Grantor: Mary Rutan Foundation
Amount: $500-$10,000
Deadline: July 1, 2017

As a way to foster overall community participation in the promotion of a healthier Logan County, Mary Rutan Foundation has established a Community Health and Wellness Grant Program focused on the areas of risk and concern as identified through the findings of the 2012 Logan County Health Risk and Community Needs Assessment: Adult and childhood obesity, nutrition, healthier food and beverage options, physical activity, and drug and alcohol abuse prevention. Local 501(c)3 organizations and schools are eligible to apply.

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Program Grants

Grantor: AZ Diamondbacks Foundation
Amount: $1,000-$5,000
Deadline: July 20, 2017

Program Grants are given statewide to non-profit organizations in the amounts of $1,000 to $5,000. Program Grants are distributed for programmatic expenses that directly impact the clients served by the organization. Our focus areas for Program Grants are homelessness, indigent healthcare and youth programs of all types. Other requests may be considered but should fall within the human services category. All 501(c)3 non-profit organizations in Arizona are welcome to apply for funding, however funding must be for serving the people of Arizona.

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Grants for Health & Wellbeing

Grantor: Astellas USA Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

Astellas USA Foundation provides funding to programs that either have a national scope in the U.S., or those that take place in and around the areas of Northbrook, IL, Skokie, IL, Santa Monica, CA, Norman, OK, Washington, D.C., Toronto, Canada and Latin America. Grants are made to organizations that are a public 501(c)(3) charity. Area of focus include Health & Well-Being.


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Community Partnership Fund

Grantor: MultiCare
Amount: Variable
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The MultiCare Community Partnership Fund is focused on building partnerships to advance initiatives, programs and projects that improve our community. Through this new funding source, we will support activities for health improvement, economic well-being, education and other community determinants of health. The Community Partnership Fund will contribute to not-for-profit community organizations in Pierce, King, Thurston and Kitsap counties. Requests for funding will be reviewed several times a year.


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Jefferson Regional Foundation grant

Grantor: Jefferson Regional Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Foundation focuses on three priority areas targeting communities south of Pittsburgh, PA: health access and prevention, child and family outcomes, and strengthening populations and communities. LOIs are accepted throughout the year and proposals are approved in March, June, and December.


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Advancing Wellness Grants

Grantor: California Wellness Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The mission of The California Wellness Foundation is to improve the health of the people of California by making grants for health promotion, wellness education and disease prevention. Cal Wellness makes grants to nonprofit organizations, public agencies, religious organizations and tribal governments. To apply for funding, applicant organizations must generally have a valid tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and be classified as a public charity. Application process begins with an LOI.


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Corporate Giving

Grantor: SUPERVALU Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The SUPERVALU Foundation provides program-specific and general operating support for organizations in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis & St. Paul. Priority areas include Hunger Relief, Dietary Health and Nutrition (specifically nutrition education and maintaining a healthy lifestyle through diet), and Environmental Stewardship. Applying organizations must have been granted 501(c)(3) status by the Internal Revenue Service. Special consideration is given to organizations with which SUPERVALU employees are actively involved, provided the organization’s main mission falls within the general focus areas above.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation is a regional philanthropy focusing on West Virginia and Southwestern Pennsylvania. Their focus areas include community based health promotion, especially with regard to chronic disease prevention and management (Health and Human Services grants). This focus area is for West Virginia only. Applications are accepted throughout the year.


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Brittingham Family Foundation

Grantor: Brittingham Family Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Brittingham Family Foundation is a private foundation whose goal is to be an enlightened community partner by supporting education, arts, social services, youth, health and the environment. The Foundation evaluates grant requests throughout its fiscal year from the following states: CA, CO and WI.


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Responsive and Collaborative Grants

Grantor: Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation
Amount: Responsive Grants: up to $50,000; Collaborative Grants: $50,000 - $500,000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Legacy Foundation supports programs that promote healthy lifestyles and increase access to healthcare in Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr or Willacy county. Responsive Grants: The Foundation will accept single year requests up to $50,000. These grants are for projects or programs that support specific activities carried out over a defined period of time and/or planned to achieve a specific result or goal. Collaborative Grants: The Foundation will both accept and initiate (through an RFP process) applications for Collaborative Grants, requests that fall between $50,000 – $500,000. These are meant to encourage collaboration among organizations working on larger projects, but a single organization’s larger project could qualify as well. LOIs for Collaborative Grants are accepted any time. Applications for Responsive Grants are due May 1, 2016


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Health Partnership Grants

Grantor: The Health Trust
Amount: $25,000-$100,000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The vision of The Health Trust is a healthier Silicon Valley for everyone. The Health Trust makes grants for projects that advance select strategies under our three initiatives: Healthy Living, Healthy Eating and Healthy Aging. The majority of Health Partnership Grants are typically awarded in the range of $25,000 to $100,000 over 12 months. LOIs are accepted on an ongoing basis.


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Community Grants

Grantor: The Health Trust
Amount: $250-$5,000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The vision of The Health Trust is a healthier Silicon Valley for everyone. The Health Trust makes grants for projects that advance select strategies under our three initiatives: Healthy Living, Healthy Eating and Healthy Aging. Community grants range from $250 to $5,000 for activities such as health fairs or community convenings that directly support The Health Trust’s strategies. Applicants must submit a community grant application form to The Health Trust at least 45 days prior to the event or project start date and can generally expect a response within 30 days.


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Reiman Foundation Grant

Grantor: Reiman Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Reiman Foundation’s focus areas are education, health care, the arts, and children’s initiatives. They provide support to nonprofits in Denver, Milwaukee , and across the U.S. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.


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Community Health Matching Program

Grantor: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation
Amount: up to $50,000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Community Health Matching Program is for nonprofit community organizations who develop, use and evaluate new ways to solve community health problems. Up to $25,000 a year for two years is available. The organization will need matching funds based on their budget and percentage of Medicaid and uninsured patients served. Applications are accepted all year.


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Children’s Obesity Fund

Grantor: Children's Obesity Fund
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Children’s Obesity Fund seeks to educate parents and children about the rising obesity rates in America, reverse the statistics and dangerous trends, and help prevent the next generation from continuing down this alarmingly unhealthy road. Our goal is to increase awareness and understanding of what it takes to be a strong, vigorous child. All nonprofit organizations that share our mission for improving children’s health are urged to apply for a grant.


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Healthy Kids, Bright Futures Grant Program

Grantor: Salem Health & Wellness Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

One of the objectives of the Healthy Kids, Bright Futures grant is to reduce childhood obesity by promoting healthier eating habits and lifestyles and nutrition education in Salem County, NJ. LOI deadlines are every 2 months


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Monetary Donation

Grantor: Dannon Company
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

To be eligible, organizations must be a 501c3 nonprofit and serve communities within a 60 miles of where Dannon facilities are located: Minster, OH; Salt Lake City, UT; Fort Worth, TX; Portland, OR; or White Plains, NY. Preference is given to requests that champion Dannon’s mission to bring health through our products to the greatest number of people by (1) supporting improvements in and a better understanding of nutrition and contibuting to the health and well-being of people and communities and (2) Promote healthy living, particularly programs that educate children on nutrition and/or help them to lead healthier lives through nutrition and/or physical activity. Preferential treatment will be given to requests in which Dannon employees can devote time and resources to the organization/project.


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Partnership Grants

Grantor: Partnership for Better Health
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Partnership for Better Health provides funding for grants and initiatives that improve individual health status and community health capacity through the use of evidence-based strategies and best practices in their service area of Cumberland, Perry, Adams, and Franklin Counties. Lead agencies may be based outside of these boundaries as long as services benefit residents in the area. Current funding priorities include programs, policies, and systems to foster nutrition, physical activity and tobacco cessation programs. Grants under $25,000 are accepted on a rolling basis. LOIs for Level II grants over $25,000 are due December 15.


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Foundation grant

Grantor: San Angelo Health Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The primary geographical focus of San Angelo Health Foundation is San Angelo and the Concho Valley. Community health in its broadest form is their focus. Applicants are asked to submit proposals a minimum of three to four months prior to the time funds are needed, and as early as possible, to provide staff the opportunity to adequately research and become familiar with the proposal. Decisions of the Trustees will be made quarterly.


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Foundation grants

Grantor: Northern Piedmont Community Foundation
Amount: $500 - $10,000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Northern Piedmont Community Foundation serves Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison and Rappahannock counties in Virginia’s Northern Piedmont. The Community Foundation provides grant support in many areas of community life including, but not limited to, education, the arts, community health, alleviation of poverty, youth and the environment. Grant applications and deadlines vary for each fund. Please see their website for detailed information.


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Foundation grant

Grantor: Opus Community Foundation
Amount: up to $10,000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Opus Community Foundation welcomes and encourages grant proposals from organizations that support its objectives and are within the service areas of Opus Bank in Washington, Arizona, Oregon, and California. The Opus Community Foundation areas of focus include education and community health. Grant applications for requests up to $10,000 are accepted on a rolling basis.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Gene and Jerry Jones Family Arlington Youth Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Gene and Jerry Jones Family Arlington Youth Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of the youth of the City of Arlington by funding programs and facilities dedicated to football and athletics, health and wellness, education and the arts through matching grants. IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that focus their community development on youth in the City of Arlington are eligible. Organizations must demonstrate an ability to secure current and future funds matching the awarded grant amount through a variety of community support and sources.


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AFYF Grant Making

Grantor: Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation (AFYF)
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

AFYF makes grants to nonprofit organizations that demonstrate capacity to reduce obesity and improve fitness among school-age children in Georgia. AFYF directs most of its grants to organizations working in close coordination with one another in Atlanta and Gainesville neighborhoods designated as Falcons Fitness Zones. In particular, AFYF looks to invest in innovative ways to move more children from sedentary to active lifestyles. Partners may serve kids at after-school programs or at school during the school day. Interested organizations should send a two- or three-page letter explaining their idea, how the idea builds on partnerships and projects in which AFYF already has invested, how the idea is innovative, and what the effort is likely to cost. From these inquiries, AFYF may invite organizations to submit full applications.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Foundation is currently accepting applications from organizations in Western New York and Southeast Michigan working in one of 4 focus areas: Children and youth, Young adults and working class families, Caregiving, and Healthy communities.


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