Foundation / Corporation
Charitable and Educational Fund, administered by the Colorado Dental Association
Grants of typically up to $5,000 to Colorado nonprofits, schools, government agencies, dental component societies, and oral health clinics to support projects that focus on improving the oral health of state residents, with a focus on underserved populations.
For the purpose of these grants, an underserved population is defined as a group of individuals who have no, or inadequate, access to health services due to limited financial resources, lack of health insurance, geographic isolation, or language/cultural barriers.
Funding will be provided for one or more of the following types of programs:
1. Public Health: Improve the oral health of individuals or communities by addressing a problem and implementing a solution.
2. Public Oral Health Education: Educate individuals or communities by disseminating information that promotes good oral health and will prevent oral disease.
3. Institutional Advancement: Enhancement of a facility or organization that will improve the delivery of oral health care through equipment and technology. This is typically a one-time project that will have positive and long-term effects on providing oral health services.
GrantWatch ID#: 160973
While grant amounts are not regulated, funds will typically be limited to the following:
-Charitable Non-Profit/Tax-Supported Institution: $5,000
-Oral Health Clinic: $5,000
-Component Project: $3,500
Progress reports will be required for projects exceeding six months.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Phone: 303-996-2844 or 800-343-3010 ext. 104
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