Foundation / Corporation
John Randolph Foundation (JRF)
Grants to Tri-Cities Area, Virginia nonprofits, community-based organizations and government agencies for projects that improve the quality of life and health of the local community. LOIs are due by February 1. Funding is intended to support projects in three priority areas, education, health and health care, and quality of life as it pertains to health.
Health and Health Care:
The Foundation's goal is for people in the Tri-Cities area to have access to the quality health care providers, medical treatment, and the knowledge they need to be well. The Foundation believes that good health and healthcare are critical to the future of the region. Therefore, it supports activities and organizations that provide or promote access to medical, dental and behavioral health care, medication, treatment, health screening, quality of care improvements, and prevention and wellness education.
Quality of Life:
The Foundation's goal is to create a healthy, productive, safe, and vibrant community. The Foundation believes that quality of life as it pertains to health is an important factor in the health, well-being, and future of the region. Therefore, it supports activities and organizations that address needs in human service areas that are pertinent to good health such as youth development, senior issues, domestic violence, patient and family support services, and disaster relief.
The Foundation's goals are to improve the educational standards and opportunities in the Tri-Cities area. The Foundation believes that investing in education today, particularly for youth, will improve their health and quality of life. Therefore, it supports programs, activities and organizations that promote and enhance pre-kindergarten, K-12 and special education initiatives, as well as adult education, medical literacy, and nonprofit organizational sustainability.
The Foundation is dedicated to building healthy communities and bright futures in the communities historically served by the John Randolph Medical Center. This area encompasses Hopewell, Prince George and the surrounding areas:
- Primary: Cities of Hopewell, Prince George, and the Enon area of Chesterfield County, lying south of the James River and east of I-95.
- Secondary: Petersburg, Colonial Heights, Ft. Lee, Charles City County, and the area of Chesterfield County lying south of Route 288 and east of Courthouse Road.
- Tertiary: Dinwiddie County, Surry, Sussex and the Varina area of southeast Henrico County, lying south of Route 60.
GrantWatch ID#: 168360
The grants are for one year. As a rule, the Foundation does not provide multi-year funding.
- A community-based public or private nonprofit holding a 501(c)(3) tax exemption status and classified as a 509(a) non-private foundation.
- A tax-exempt operating foundation under 501(c)(3) and 4940(d)(2).
- A governmental instrumentality or political subdivision.
- A mission-related organization utilizing a JRF-approved 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor.
Absolutely no grants will be awarded directly to:
- Religious or political endeavors
Programs must be based in the communities historically served by the John Randolph Medical Center. This area encompasses the City of Hopewell, Virginia, and surrounding areas.
Ineligible Funding Areas:
- Food and Beverage
- Routine Building Maintenance
- Repairs and Renovations
- For-Profit Endeavors
- Historic Preservation
- Fine Arts
- Community and Economic Development
- Civic, Cultural, Political or Religious Activities
- Endowments (outside of those administered by the Foundation)
- Bricks and Mortar
Responsive grants, also known as “regular grants,” are administered twice annually, Spring and Fall. Each grant cycle is initiated by submitting an online LOI to the Foundation by the prescribed deadlines. After the LOI is reviewed, only those applicants that are invited may submit a full application.
Spring Responsive Grant Cycle
February 1: Letter of intent due
March 15: Notification mailed to applicant
April 15: Full application due
July 1: Notification mailed to applicant
Fall Responsive Grant Cycle:
- August 1: Letter of intent due
- September 15: Notification mailed to applicant
- October 15: Full application due
- January 1: Notification mailed to applicant
Applicant Registration Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etScRJXC2bE&feature=youtu.be
Applicant Workflow Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oPa0E3V7uU&feature=youtu.be
Funding Priorities: http://johnrandolphfoundation.org/grants/funding-priorities/
Grant Types: http://johnrandolphfoundation.org/grants/types/
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Kevin Foster, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 458-2239.
Application Portal: https://www.grantinterface.com/Common/LogOn.aspx?eqs=kw_r9STKgaWmxkJB6ZQJORxZ6DUq4k4s-eyHYWw8Keg1
John Randolph Foundation
112 North Main Street
P.O. Box 1606
Hopewell, VA 23860
For a map of the service area: http://johnrandolphfoundation.org/grants/service
USA: Virginia: Tri-Cities Area