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Kaiser Permanente Gives — Volunteer Grant Program

Grants to Oregon and Washington Nonprofits Where Funding Source
Employees Volunteer for Poverty, Education, and Healthcare Programs

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Kaiser Permanente Northwest

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Grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 to Oregon and Washington nonprofit organizations where employees of the funding source volunteer their time. Funding is intended to help support nonprofits that work to decrease poverty, increase opportunities for educational attainment, and improve access to health care.

Kaiser Permanente knows that good health depends on many basic factors and conditions like a successful school experience, a good job, stable housing, or access to needed care. Through the community health needs assessment, Kaiser Permanente Northwest prioritizes the above-listed Key Drivers of Health that affect communities throughout their service area. Further details on these Key Drivers of Health are outlined below.

Key Drivers of Health:

Poverty – The goal of this focus area is to support projects that increase individuals’ economic means to provide basic needs like food, shelter/housing, utility assistance, childcare to name a few. Projects’ should focus on helping those on a journey to become self-sufficient with needs like transportation, mentoring and workforce training and placement.

Educational Attainment – The goal of this focus area is to ensure that students in the PreK-12 system have the opportunity to excel, graduate high school, and successfully complete postsecondary education or training. Projects should focus on supporting youth, families, and community with ways to eliminate barriers and support successful efforts to promote educational attainment.

Access to Care – The goal of this focus area is to create equitable and culturally-appropriate access to medical, dental, mental health, and vision care. Projects should focus on ways to increase use of needed health services by populations who typically are underserved.

The KP Gives grant program aims to support projects that address the above drivers of health and support the improvement of overall health for underserved communities throughout the Northwest Kaiser Permanente service area.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 161013

Estimated Size of Grant:

This program makes $5,000 to $15,000 in grant funding available to qualified charitable organizations to which Kaiser Permanente employees and clinicians donate their time.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

This program provides grants to qualified charitable organizations to which Kaiser Permanente employees and clinicians donate their time.

Pre-Application Information:

Applications for Kaiser Permanente Gives grants are reviewed quarterly by a committee of Kaiser Permanente volunteers. Applications must be submitted by the community organization, not by a Kaiser Permanente employee. 2018 submission deadlines are February 16, July 20, and October 12. Grants are announced about 60 days after application deadlines.

Applications must align with one of the key Drivers of Health (see Description above). Qualifying organizations can apply for a KP Gives grant on behalf of Kaiser Permanente employee volunteer time below. A Logic Model is required for grant requests of $10,000 or more.

Click on the links in the Supporting Documents section below to download a copy of the Logic Model template, the Logic Model template instructions, and a Logic Model example

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Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

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For more information or for help completing an application, contact the Kaiser Permanente at

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Geographic Focus:

USA: Oregon;   Washington