In an effort to positively impact the health of everyone in our community Barton Health is providing grant funds to programs and organizations that benefit those populations that are underserved and/or will have the greatest impact on the health of our community at large.
In this grant cycle will be considering programs that address our community’s most pressing health needs as identified by Barton’s 2012 Community Health Needs Assessment*. In order of priority they are;
In addition, the following factors will be considered when reviewing applications;
The objective is to fund projects that serve a large subset of our community. We generally give to between 5-10 organizations so keep that in mind when determining the amount of your grant request.
Barton Health Grant proposals are reviewed by the Barton Community Advisory Committee and the final grant recipients will be approved by the Barton Health Board of Trustees. Funding for Barton Health Grants is provided by Barton Health through a gift from the Barton Foundation. The total grant amount available for 2013 is set at a maximum of $25,000.
Grant proposals will be accepted from April 1-June 28, 2013. Grantees will be notified in September and awards will be distributed at the annual Philanthropy Day Celebration Friday, November 8th.
How to submit a grant proposal:
Grant proposals can be submitted online by pressing the next button below or in person at the Barton Foundation office at 2092 Lake Tahoe Blvd. suite 600, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150. For more information please call Kindle Craig at 530-543-5612.
*To view the findings from Barton’s Community Health Needs Assessment please visit www.bartonhealth.org/communityhealth.
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