Foundation / Corporation
St. Mary Medical Center Foundation
09/17/12 12:00 PM
Grants of up to $20,000 to local Southern California non-profit organizations that provide a wide range of high-quality health programs that meet the needs of the residents of Long Beach, Wilmington, and/or Signal Hill who have one (or more) of the following: financial barriers to access (e.g., uninsured, underinsured); language/cultural barriers to access; lack of transportation; physical disabilities / lack of physical mobility; mental disabilities; and/or social isolation (e.g., seniors living alone).
The St. Mary Medical Center Foundation will offer grants for the following projects/programs that fall within the following focus areas:
I. Access to care for vulnerable populations:
B. Appropriate Use of Emergency Department and Primary Care Clinics
C. HIV Testing and Counseling to new-infection populations
II. Chronic and infectious disease prevention and management:
B. Cardiovascular Health (heart disease and stroke)
C. Chronic Disease Self Management
Areas that the St. Mary Community Grants Program has historically supported: food security; domestic violence treatment and prevention; oral health; mental health/addiction treatment and support.
Health-related projects must integrate at least two of the following principles:
A. Focus on disproportionate unmet health-related needs
B. Emphasize primary prevention and address underlying causes of health problems
C. Contribute to a seamless continuum of care
D. Build community capacity
E. Emphasize collaborative governance
Collaboration is encouraged. The Foundation prefers to fund organizations that show collaboration with other organizations including St. Mary Medical Center, and work with the population that St. Mary Medical Center serves.
GrantWatch ID#: 129393
Up to $20,000
Grant Project Period: January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Rachel Plotkin Olumese
Phone: (562) 491-9066
Letter of Intent and Grant Proposal Forms
Tiffany Cantrell, Director of Grants
Phone: (562) 491-9248
Long Beach, Wilmington, and/or Signal Hill.
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