Foundation / Corporation
The Healthcare Foundation for Orange County
01/23/15 11:58 PM PST
Grants to Orange County, California non-profit hospitals to improve child, adolescent and family health through increased access to prevention and primary care services. Funding will emphasize expanding and developing services for low-income families in Santa Ana, Tustin, Orange and Anaheim, with priority given to collaborative efforts of hospitals and community organizations meeting the following goals:
-Empower parents and caregivers with information, resources and support to ensure the health of children and families.
-Bring culturally relevant services and information into all communities served.
-Remove access barriers such as those due to transportation, language, cost or location.
-Encourage innovative services and proven models for effectively addressing community health priorities and delivery system gaps.
Where possible, the Foundation will support programs that increase personal responsibility for health and strengthen families by informing parents and involving them in their children’s healthcare.
The Foundation will pursue these funding goals primarily through grant making activities, emphasizing those which foster collaboration among healthcare providers and make good use of available community resources. The Foundation is committed to evaluating its impact on maternal and child health, and measuring the effectiveness of the projects it supports. Recognizing the dynamic nature of health care, the Foundation will retain flexibility by regularly revisiting its priorities and adapting its strategic goals as needed.
Grant funds may be used for salaries, project-related travel, printing and publication-related costs, supplies, equipment, and other direct expenses essential to the project. Reasonable administrative and indirect expenses may also be funded.
GrantWatch ID#: 150130
Grants are typically for one year. The Foundation permits implementation applications for multiyear funding. Funding after the first year is contingent on attainment of program goals and availability of funds.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Catherine Koenig, Foundation Coordinator
1505 E. 17th Street, Ste. 113
Santa Ana, CA 92705-8641
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