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Grants for Obesity Prevention

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Nike Community Impact Fund

Grantor: Oregon Community Foundation
Amount: $5,000 - $20,000
Deadline: December 1, 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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Healthy Communities Fund and Mini Grants

Grantor: Partnership for Better Health
Amount: $1,000 - $100,000
Deadline: December 1, 2017

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. Only 501c3 organizations are eligible for grants with the exception of school districts which may apply for mini-grants. Organizations must provide services that benefit residents of Perry County, Western and Central Cumberland County, Northern Adams County and Greater Shippensburg. Healthy Communities Fund: $10,000-$100,000 grants for organizations and projects that support decisions, conditions, policies, and systems that enable people to live healthier lives in their schools, workplaces, homes, and neighborhoods. Mini Grants: $1,000-$5,000 for discrete programs in schools or the community, meeting or training expenses, or response to a community health emergency that fit within the Partnership’s Broad Framework. Deadline dates: August 1, December 1, March 1

 


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Community Partnership Grants

Grantor: WellSpan
Amount: <$20,000
Deadline: December 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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Farm to School Grant Program

Grantor: USDA
Amount: $20,000-$100,000
Deadline: December 8, 2017

The purpose of the USDA Farm to School Grant Program is to assist eligible entities in implementing farm to school programs that improve access to local foods in eligible schools. On an annual basis, USDA awards up to $5 million in competitive grants for training, supporting operations, planning, purchasing equipment, developing school gardens, developing partnerships, and implementing farm to school programs. Planning grants range from $20,000 – $50,000; implementation grants range from $50,000 – $100,000; training grants range from $20,000 – $50,000.

 


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Nutrition & Healthy Lifestyle Grant Opportunity

Grantor: Michigan Health Endowment Fund
Amount: $200,000-$500,000
Deadline: December 11, 2017

The Michigan Health Endowment Fund was established to improve the health of Michigan residents and reduce the cost of health care with special emphasis on the health and wellness of children and seniors. The aim of this Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyles Initiative is to identify and support innovative projects that are directly linked to nutrition education; food access, security and equity; and health and wellness. Priority will be given to projects that have an emphasis on children, but the Health Fund recognizes that family involvement is a key component to healthy behavior change. Concept papers ae recommended at due 11/16/17. Full applications are due 12/11/17.

 


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Program Grant

Grantor: Impact Austin
Amount: TBD
Deadline: December 13, 2017

Impact Austin will award one grant in each of 3 program areas: Community, Education, and Health and Wellbeing. The Health and Wellbeing grant supports programs and projects that strengthen and enhance the lives of children and families, or positively impact the mental or physical health and wellness of the people in the Greater Austin area. The application process begins with and LOI due Dec. 13.

 


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Youth Foundation Quarterly Grants

Grantor: Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation
Amount: $1,000 - $20,000
Deadline: December 15, 2017

The Lakers Youth Foundation awards quarterly grants to support youth programs or projects that closely align with the Foundation’s priority areas of education, health and wellness, and sports. Grant applications are reviewed with the following deadlines: March 15, June 15, September 15 and December 15. If the 15th falls on a weekend or a holiday, the deadline is the next business day.


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Fearless Grants

Grantor: BCBS Nebraska
Amount: varies
Deadline: December 18, 2017

This category is made up of larger requests that support programs, general operating support and some long-term partnerships. This is a highly selective grant, and they recommend prefacing new applications with conversations with their Corporate Social Responsibility team.


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Community Health Impact Program

Grantor: Michigan Health Endowment Fund
Amount: $25,000-$100,000
Deadline: December 21, 2017

The intention of the Health Fund’s Community Health Impact program is to allow for meaningful investment in projects that will have an impact on community health and wellness and are smaller in scale and complexity. Community Health Impact grants are available to qualifying non-profit organizations and public agencies that serve residents in Michigan. Concept papers are encouraged and due 11/28/17. Full applications are due 12/21/17.


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Trust Grant

Grantor: Juan Young Trust
Amount: Varies
Deadline: December 31, 2017

The Juan Young Trust awards grants to 501(c)(3) organizations based in Oregon, with emphasis on the Portland area. No grants are made outside Oregon. Grants are funded for projects and activities to enhance the health, education and welfare of children under the age of 21 years old. Proposals are reviewed quarterly. Deadlines for submission are: 12/31, 3/31, 6/30 & 9/30.


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Programmatic Grant

Grantor: Finish Line Foundation
Amount: Up to $5,000
Deadline: December 31, 2017

Programmatic grants fund opportunities for kids to participate in community-based youth athletic programs and camps that emphasize active lifestyles, especially programs that serve disadvantaged and special needs kids. Programs must operate near a Finish Line store and be exempt from federal taxation under section 501(c)(3) to be eligible. Public and private schools and state-funded organizations may not apply. Applications are accepted quarterly. Due dates: March 31, June 30, Sept 30, Dec 31.


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Opportunity Grants

Grantor: Endowment for Health
Amount: up to $20,000
Deadline: December 31, 2017

The Endowment for Health is a statewide, private, nonprofit foundation in New Hampshire dedicated to improving the health of the Granite State’s people, especially those who are vulnerable and underserved. To advance this mission, the foundation is accepting applications for its Opportunity Grants program. Grants of up to $20,000 will be awarded to projects that address urgent needs, emerging opportunities, innovative projects, and/or that build and disseminate knowledge to improve the health of people in the state.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Kelly Cares Foundation
Amount: $5,000 - $10,000
Deadline: December 31, 2017

The Kelly Cares Foundation funds various programs and initiatives that align with their 3 pillars: Health, Education, and Community. The Foundation will award 3 grants between $5,000 and $10,000 and is accepting applications from 501c3 organizations through December 31, 2017.


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Reducing Native Hawaiian Health Disparities

Grantor: HMSA Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: January 1, 2018

The HMSA Foundation has extended this RFP to provide funding in an attempt to reduce health disparities between Native Hawaiians and other racial/ethnic groups in Hawai‘i. They are seeking innovative proposals that promote health and encourage Native Hawaiians to make sustainable healthy choices, with particular interest in school-based projects, community-based projects, and health care setting approaches. Application deadlines are Jan. 1, April 1, July 1and Oct. 1


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Westfield Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: January 1, 2018

The Westfield Foundation is a tax exempt, charitable organization committed to improving the quality of life in Westfield and its surrounding communities, through the distribution of grants that advance education, the arts, cultural activities, civic, health and human services, community development and historical resources. Applications are reviewed quarterly. Due dates: Jan. 1, April 1, July 1, Oct. 1.

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Atherton Family Foundation Grant

Grantor: Atherton Family Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: January 2, 2018

The Atherton Foundation makes grants for programs and projects that benefit the people of Hawai’i. The fields of greatest interest are arts, culture, and humanities; community development; education; environment; health; human services; spiritual development; and youth development. Applicants must have 501(c)(3) status or must apply through a fiscal sponsor with 501(c)(3) status. 2018 deadlines are January 2, April 2; July 2 & October 1.

 


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: January 2, 2018

In the tradition of the Mt. Sinai Medical Center, the Foundation is committed to improving the health of Greater Cleveland’s most vulnerable individuals and families. The Foundation seeks to support especially those projects focusing on health promotion and disease prevention that have the potential to access large populations through existing community infrastructure. Of particular interest are proposals in the areas of health-related early childhood development and health-related aging. Organizations must be classified as 501(c)(3) tax-exempt by the Internal Revenue Service. Proposals due January 2, April 2, July 2 & October 1.

 


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Targeted Grants & Spark! Grants

Grantor: Community Health Endowment of Lincoln
Amount: Varies
Deadline: January 12, 2018

The Community Health Endowment (CHE) has 3 funding priorities for 2017-2018: Health Innovation (Helping adults and children stay healthy outside of a clinical setting), Early Childhood Investments (Reducing childhood obesity), Prevention (Fostering healthy behaviors that lead to improved health outcomes). Targeted grants are for up to 3 years and may be for any amount. Spark! grants enable grantees to test a new idea or transform a traditional approach. Spark! grants are for one year, up to $20,000. Stage I applications are due 1/12/18.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Buell Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: January 12, 2018

The Buell Foundation seeks proven, promising, or developing programs that can demonstrate success in helping children thrive. Focus is on early childhood education and development in underserved communities. Areas of interest include nutrition and physical activity in early learning environments. 2018 Application deadlines are January 12, May 1, & September 4.


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Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation Grants

Grantor: Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: January 15, 2018

The Pettit Foundation provides funds to initiate and sustain projects in the Greater Milwaukee community. The foundation focuses on programs and projects that serve low-income and disadvantaged individuals, women, children and the elderly. The foundation supports charitable organizations that address these concerns through arts and culture, community and social development, education and health. In the area of health, the Foundation gives priority to community-based health care and prevention programs which address the physical and mental health needs of families, children, persons at-risk and the elderly. Applications due Jan. 15, May 15, and Sept. 15.

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Healthy Impact Grants

Grantor: Mat-Su Health Foundation
Amount: over $15,000
Deadline: January 15, 2018

Healthy Impact Grants are for projects over $15,000 which improve the health and wellness of people living in the Mat-Su Borough. Prospective grantees must be Alaskan public nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations. In select cases, MSHF may choose to fund health-related projects undertaken by religious, governmental, educational or tribal agencies seeking partners for health-related initiatives that impact the broader Mat-Su community and extend beyond the traditional purpose and functions of these organizations. “Project Pitch” applications are due January 15 & June 5. Full proposals from invited applicants are due March 8 & July 23.


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Community Grant Program

Grantor: Oregon Community Foundation
Amount: $5,000-$50,000
Deadline: January 15, 2018

The Oregon Community Foundation supports programs for children and families, education and scholarships, arts and culture, and community engagement. The Community Grants Program is a broadly accessible, statewide program with the long-term goal to improve the lives of all Oregonians. About 350 grants are awarded annually with a range of $5,000 to $50,000. Application deadlines are January 15 and July 15.

 


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Peabody Grant

Grantor: Amelia Peabody Foundation
Amount: $10,000-$50,000
Deadline: January 16, 2018

The primary mission of the Amelia Peabody Foundation is to increase the number, range, and depth of positive learning experiences available to materially disadvantaged young people living in the cities and towns of Massachusetts. Grants are only made to 501(c)(3) tax exempt organizations for projects and programs that are carried out in Massachusetts.The 2018 deadlines for submission are: Jan. 16, April 10, July 10, Oct. 2.

 


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Health Partnership Grants

Grantor: Health Trust
Amount: $25,000-$100,000
Deadline: January 16, 2018

The Health Trust makes grants for projects in Silicon Valley 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. Inquiry begins with an LOI. Invited proposals are due October 9, 2017; January 16, 2018; April 23, 2018.

 


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Healthy Communities

Grantor: Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City
Amount: Variable
Deadline: January 17, 2018

Funding for Healthy Communities promotes access to healthy foods and safe environments for physical activity, as well as the reduction of tobacco exposure. The overall goal of Healthy Communities is to create community environments that can reinforce healthy choices. Eligible organizations include entities that are tax-exempt under any part of the 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code, government entities, and health or health-related citizen initiative, grassroots organization, or campaign committee. Applicants must have ongoing operations within HCF’s service area. LOI due January 17, 2018. Full proposals due February 14.


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Responsive Grants

Grantor: Sisters Health Foundation
Amount: $500 to $50,000
Deadline: January 24, 2018

The Responsive Grant Program advances oral health, healthy lifestyles, or health equity in the Mid-Ohio Valley. To apply, an applicant must be a tax-exempt nonprofit under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or a public institution. The project or strategy will positively impact residents in one or more counties of our service area: West Virginia (Calhoun, Jackson, Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Tyler, Wirt, Wood), Ohio (Athens, Meigs, Washington). There are 2 grant cycles annually.


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Louisiana Team Nutrition Mini Grants

Grantor: Louisiana Department of Education & Well-Ahead Louisiana
Amount: $5,000
Deadline: January 31, 2018

The Louisiana Department of Education and Well-Ahead Louisiana will award 15 schools a three- year grant to support healthier school environments that are conducive to healthy eating and physical activity. Each of the 15 schools will have the opportunity to be awarded $5,000 ($2,500 in 2018-2019 and $2,500 in 2019-2020) to implement the following strategies: 1. Incorporate Serving Up MyPlate: A Yummy Curriculum or the SuperTracker Nutrition Lesson Plans for High School Students into the classroom; 2. Communicate health messaging across multiple channels; and 3. Implement Smarter Lunchrooms strategies and other changes that will help create a healthier school environment. All awarded schools will receive on-going technical assistance. The grant application will open November 9, 2017 and close January 31, 2018.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Reser Family Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 1, 2018

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, 2018

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, 2018

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, 2018

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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Early Childhood Development & HEAL grants

Grantor: Mary Black Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 1, 2018

The Mary Black Foundation is a private foundation established to improve the health of Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Since 2003, the Foundation’s work has centered on advancing two priority areas: Early Childhood Development and Healthy Eating & Active Living. In 2018, the Foundation will have two grant cycles: February 1 & August 1. Before submitting an application for a grant, potential applicants must meet with the Foundation’s program staff.


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Responsive Grants

Grantor: John Randolph Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 1, 2018

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, 2018

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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Small Grants Program

Grantor: LA Dodgers Foundation
Amount: $5,000-$15,000
Deadline: February 1, 2018

The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation is largely focused on our cornerstone programs and strategic partnerships. Through a small grants program we seek to support programs or projects aligned with our cornerstone programs and focus on education + literacy, sports + recreation and health + wellness. Programs must be located in the greater Los Angeles area. Grant deadlines: Feb. 1, May 1, Aug. 1

 


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Community Impact Large Grant (Health & Human Services)

Grantor: Community Foundation for Monterey County
Amount: $12,001 - $50,000
Deadline: February 2, 2018

The Foundation invests in prevention and early intervention services that improve the physical and mental health of individuals and families, support programs that promote independent living, and efforts that ensure that the basic living needs of Monterey County’s most vulnerable and underserved individuals and families are met. Interest areas include community health promotion and prevention programs that keep people healthy and delay or eliminate the necessity for treatment (e.g., programs that promote healthy lifestyles, nutrition, exercise, family planning, substance abuse education, family violence prevention).


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Program Enhancement Grant

Grantor: Illinois Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
Amount: $2,000 - $4,000
Deadline: February 15, 2018

IAHPERD Program Enhancement Grants are available to all IAHPERD members in good standing to provide funding for educational program enhancements, media events, public relations projects, advocacy projects, emergency needs and short term loans. Grants are awarded to multiple applicants and at two seperate times each school year (February & September).


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Foundation grant

Grantor: Community Health Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: February 16, 2018

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 that support population health.


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Miami County Foundation Grant

Grantor: Miami County Foundation
Amount: Variable
Deadline: February 28, 2018

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, 2018

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, 2018

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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Healthy Children and Youth

Grantor: Caring for Colorado Foundation
Amount: Variable
Deadline: March 2, 2018

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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Hometown Health Grant

Grantor: Mayo Clinic Health Systems
Amount: up to $25,000
Deadline: March 2, 2018

The Hometown Health Grant supports innovative efforts to improve nutrition, increase physical activity and reduce chronic disease in local schools, workplaces and neighborhoods. Funding can be used to launch new projects and programs or improve programs that already exist. Lead applicant must have tax-exempt status according to the IRS. Must apply proposed program within the service area of Dunn, Chippewa, Eau Claire, Barron, Trempealeau, Pierce, St. Croix and Buffalo counties. LOI due March 2, 2018.


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Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey Grant

Grantor: Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey
Amount: Varies
Deadline: March 2, 2018

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. Requests <$25,000 are accepted on a rolling basis. For requests >$25,000, due dates are: November 17, 2017; March 2, 2018; June 8, 2018; August 31, 2018.


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Community Impact Small Grant (Health & Human Services)

Grantor: Community Foundation for Monterey County
Amount: $5,000 to $12,000
Deadline: March 2, 2018

The Foundation invests in prevention and early intervention services that improve the physical and mental health of individuals and families, support programs that promote independent living, and efforts that ensure that the basic living needs of Monterey County’s most vulnerable and underserved individuals and families are met. Interest areas include community health promotion and prevention programs that keep people healthy and delay or eliminate the necessity for treatment (e.g., programs that promote healthy lifestyles, nutrition, exercise, family planning, substance abuse education, family violence prevention).


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Central Minnesota Programs grant

Grantor: CentraCare Health Foundation
Amount: up to $50,000
Deadline: March 5, 2018

CentraCare Health Foundation engages the philanthropic community in partnership to improve health and health care in Central Minnesota. In pursuit of this mission, the Foundation will fund Health Education Programs, Research to improve health, and Programs that improve health. Grants must serve the residents within the counties of Benton, Crow Wing, Douglas, Kandiyohi, Meeker, Mille Lacs, Morrison, Pope, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd, Wadena or Wright. Letters of Inquiry are due March 5. Full proposals from invited applicants will be due April 13.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Community Foundation of Mason County
Amount: Varies
Deadline: March 15, 2018

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 16, 2018

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 16, 2018.


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Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation Grant

Grantor: Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: April 6, 2018

The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation makes grants to nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Grants will be awarded to non-profit organizations focusing on the following areas: Physical Well Being; Hockey; Health; Life Skills & Education. Applications must be submitted before the end of the 2017-18 season.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Canton Community Health Fund
Amount: Varies
Deadline: April 30, 2018

The CCHF develops, supports and engages in activities such as education programs or services that contribute to the enhancement of the health and well being of residents of Canton, CT and the community as a whole. Applications are accepted annually by April 30th.


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Dunlap Williamson Youmans Fund

Grantor: Community Foundation of Central Georgia
Amount: Varies
Deadline: May 1, 2018

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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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 and November 1.


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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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Healthy Eating Active Communities – Implementation of Nutrition & PA Programs

Grantor: Health Foundation of South Florida
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

This funding opportunity will support organizations in the implementation of evidence-based and innovative programs aimed at increasing children’s knowledge and attitudes toward healthy eating leading to healthier nutrition behavior change. Knowing that good eating behaviors are instilled early on in life, Health Foundation is focused on increasing exposure to nutrition and physical activity education in children settings. Priority will be given to projects that implement evidence-based nutrition and physical activity programs, like CATCH, and show organizational and staff capacity to sustain the program through a train-the-trainer model or institutionalization (i.e. core operating budget). Health Foundation is open to multi-year grants averaging $60,000 per year and accepts concept proposals year round.


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Healthy Choices Grant

Grantor: The Oliver Foundation
Amount: $750-$5000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The goal of the Oliver Foundation is to encourage children, families and communities in Texas to improve the eating and physical activity patterns of Pre-School, Elementary, and Middle School children. Grants will be awarded to Texas non-profit organizations, agencies and schools that demonstrate the greatest need and likelihood of a sustainable impact on children’s nutrition and activity levels through innovative programs. Level 1 grants ($750-$3000) are awarded for a single school year or summer program. Level 2 grants ($3000-$5000) are awarded for two-year or longer projects intended to create a long-term sustainable program at the campus level. A nutrition and physical education component are required. Rolling deadline for applications: April 15th, July 15th and October 15th.


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Collaboration Grants

Grantor: Colorado Springs Health Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

Colorado Springs Health Foundation makes grants to target immediate health care needs and encourage healthy living in El Paso and Teller Counties, Colorado. This funding opportunity is designed to support existing collaborative efforts whose shared purpose aligns with one of CSHF’s funding focus areas, which includes developing or expanding school-based healthy eating and/or active living efforts for children and families. There is no deadline for this opportunity. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: BCBS of Mississippi Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The BCBS of Mississippi Foundation provides targeted grants for health and wellness projects that typically span a one-year period of time. The initiatives funded by the Foundation have a focus on healthy eating and exercise, with measurable outcomes demonstrating improvement in the health of Mississippians. To be eligible, your organization must be physically located in Mississippi, benefit the communities in Mississippi, and be a 501(c)(3) public charity, municipality, university or college, or K-12 school. Letter of Inquiry are accepted year round.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Pacers Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Foundation awards grants and contributions to Indiana-based nonprofit organizations that focus on assisting at-risk, vulnerable children, youth, and families with a particular emphasis on education activities/programs. After initial review of a letter of request, you may be contacted by Foundation staff for additional information and/or clarification of any material. The Board of Directors of Pacers Foundation meets quarterly. Any request received will be considered at its next scheduled meeting.


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Strategic Health Initiative Grants & Community Opportunity Grants

Grantor: Horizon Foundation
Amount: SHI grants: $50,000 to $150,000; CO grants: up to $10,000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Foundation awards grants to organizations that benefit people living and working in Howard County, MD and that are tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or public entities. Funding priorites include Promoting Healthy Lifestyles and Increasing Access to Healthcare. Strategic Health Initiative Grants ($50,000 – $150,000) help advance the strategic priorities of the Foundation. Community Opportunity Grants (up to $10,000) can be used to help build organizational capacity, including conference/training attendance and workshops.


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Foundation Grant

Grantor: Helena Health Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Helena Health Foundation awards grants to organizations whose projects will aid and improve health care and the quality of life in Phillips County, AR. All grants must support the areas of focus as identified by the Foundation as follows: health education, access to health care and health care and wellness. Grants are due by the first Monday of July, October, January, and April.


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Small Grants

Grantor: Partners for Health Foundation
Amount: Up to $10,000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

Partners for Health Foundation’s vision is focused on making our 15 communities healthier, better places to live. Our mission is to invest in programs and policies through collaborations that will lead to healthy communities and healthy lifestyles. Not-for-profit organizations located in or providing direct service to the following 15 communities are eligible for grants from Partners for Health: Bloomfield, Caldwell, Cedar Grove, Clifton, Essex Fells, Fairfield, Glen Ridge, Little Falls, Montclair, North Caldwell, Nutley, Roseland, Verona, West Caldwell and West Orange. Requests are reviewd on a rolling basis.


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Foundation Grants

Grantor: Vela Foundation
Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The Vela Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation dedicated to promoting improved nutrition and wellness for families in eastern Massachusetts. We support entrepreneurial programs that provide nutrition education and improve access to healthy foods. Nonprofit organizations that serve people in the Greater Boston area (roughly defined as within Route 128) and/or in the Gateway Cities of Brockton, Chelsea, Fall River, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, or New Bedford and Cape Cod are eligible to apply. Preference is given to organizations with operating budgets under $3 million and those working in low-income communities. LOIs are accepted on a rolling basis.


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Health Education and Community Benefit Grants

Grantor: DMC Foundation
Amount: $10,000-$100,000
Deadline: Rolling Deadline

The DMC Foundation is dedicated to promoting the well-being of the general public in the metropolitan Detroit area through the support of health education, community benefit activities and medical research. Please submit your proposal by November 15 for consideration at the February Board meeting; February 15 for the May Board meeting; May 15 for the August Board meeting; and August 15 for the November Board meeting. Submissions received after these dates will be considered at a subsequent Board meeting.


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