Foundation / Corporation
The Horizon Foundation
Grants ranging between $10,000 and $40,000 to Maryland non-profit organizations and public entities that are working to improve access to quality, affordable health care, particularly primary and preventive services, in Howard County. The Foundation is specifically interested in funding proposals and projects that have the following goals:
1. Promoting positive lifestyles by improving healthful eating, drinking and physical activity and especially by reducing the consumption of sugar sweetened beverages by Howard County children and their families;
2. Increasing access to high quality, affordable health insurance; access to prevention and primary care services; and access to culturally competent and appropriate services especially for residents with limited English proficiency; and,
3. Improve the health and wellness of those living or working in the county through developing seed/innovation projects.
The Foundation will accept proposals outside of its strategic plan priority areas listed above as long as the proposal can demonstrate a significant need in the county and/or describe a significant innovation that improves the health and wellness of those living or working in Howard County.
Projects may include organizational sustainability improvement, pilot or innovation programs, capacity building, program development, planning grants or strategic collaboration. At present, the Foundation does not support capital campaigns, endowments, individuals or bricks and mortar projects.
GrantWatch ID#: 133636
$10,000 - $40,000
Projects should be planned for a specific timeframe (e.g., one year, eighteen months, etc.). Multi-year grants will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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