Grants to Texas nonprofit organizations and government entities for programs and projects that improve community health in eligible regions. Eligible project areas include behavioral health, access to care, chronic disease prevention and management, and cancer prevention, detection, and care. The Foundation will accept grant requests that will benefit the residents and communities of the 26 northernmost counties of the Texas Panhandle.
The Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation (HCHF) considers grant requests from community organizations whose goals are consistent with the Foundation’s mission. The primary focus areas of the Foundation are:
Cancer: HCHF is interested in initiatives that focus on providing the region with:
Quality Cancer Care
Supportive Care Services
Community Health: HCHF is interested in funding initiatives that will improve the health and welfare of the community. Community Health is a broad term. Priority will be given to programs and projects that address the top identified health concerns of our community and which will show the greatest promise for successful implementation. Areas include but are not limited to:
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)
Additional Eligibility Criteria
- The Foundation will accept grant requests that will benefit the residents and communities of the 26 northernmost counties of the Texas Panhandle.
- Must be a 501(c)(3) organization or governmental entity.
Individuals are not eligible applicants for community grants.
Current Deadlines for 2023:
- Spring: April 7th
- Fall: October 6th
Applicants are encouraged to contact Gainor Davis at the Foundation to discuss funding requests before starting the application process.