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.
Priority will be given to projects that meet the following grant criteria:
- Bolsters health promotion and primary prevention efforts
- Includes a system, policy, practice, or environmental change that can have an impact beyond the grant period
- Includes a feasible sustainability plan
- Follows promising and best practices
Health Partnership grants are made out of a restricted fund for medically-related purposes in accordance with The Health Trust’s organizational charter and by-laws. The Health Trust defines medically-related as “the maintenance of health and the prevention, alleviation, or cure of disease.” Health Partnership grants are funded through a hospital sponsor designated by The Health Trust.
The Health Trust’s Grantmaking application process is now on-line. If you are a new applicant or previous grantee, you must first create an account in order to submit the appropriate application forms. Please click here to create an account.
Step 1: Letters of Intent (LOI)
- After reviewing and determining alignment with The Health Trust’s funding priorities, applicants should submit a Letter of Intent through our online system.
- Applicants may e-mail the Grants Department for questions regarding the proposed project.
- Letters of Intent are accepted and reviewed on an on-going basis.
- Applicants may request multi-year funding and there is no maximum grant request amount, however, the grant period and grant amount should be appropriate to the scope of the project.
- Applicants will be notified within 45 days after the receipt of an LOI if their request has been declined or is under further consideration.
Step 2: Full Proposal – Invitation Only
- When The Health Trust is interested in further considering a Letter of Intent, applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal. Invitations to submit a full proposal do not indicate a commitment of funding.
- After receipt of a full proposal, the grantmaking staff will conduct due diligence and applicants may receive a follow-up phone call or site visit.
- Upon completing its due diligence, Health Trust staff will determine if the full proposal will be recommended to the Grantmaking Committee for further consideration.
- Full proposals are reviewed by the Grantmaking Committee and decisions are made by the Board of Trustees according to the schedule below.
- Applicants can expect the application process to take approximately three to five months.
2015-2016 Proposal due dates:
|Invited Full Proposals due:||Decision Date:|
|Tuesday, January 19, 2016||Wednesday, March 9, 2016|
|Monday, April 25, 2016||Wednesday, June 22, 2016|