Foundation / Corporation
01/20/21 5:00 PM EST Receipt
Grants to Maryland and Washington, DC nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, faith-based organizations, community service organizations, hospitals, clinics, and healthcare providers to improve healthcare quality and access. One grant will be awarded to a program that addresses pulmonary issues.
Qlarant Foundation awards grants to eligible nonprofit organizations that work to improve healthcare for individuals and communities through measurable outcome improvement projects. These projects include service, demonstration, education, and clinical programs producing high-impact results on health outcomes. Funding is prioritized based on a project’s potential impact on healthcare improvements and access for individuals and communities, particularly the uninsured and under-served population.
Dr. Sheldon Goldgeier Award: To honor the memory of long-time board members and supporters, Dr. Sheldon Goldgeier and Mrs. Myra Goldgeier, Qlarant wishes to set aside one grant for pulmonary issues. Therefore, this RFP is also specifically soliciting proposals for a program particular to pulmonary and/or lung disease, i.e., but not limited to smoking cessation, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. A high priority will be given to applications that reach these underserved populations.
Qlarant's focus is on a program that demonstrates improved health care quality with clear goals and measurable outcomes. Priority areas include programs that:
Types of programs the Qlarant Foundation might fund include those that:
GrantWatch ID#: 184809
The Foundation awards grants up to $50,000 per organization annually.
Customarily, grant awards are for one year with the potential for additional funding in subsequent years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Mail proposals to:
Glennda Moragne El, Program Director
28464 Marlboro Avenue
Easton, MD 21601
Questions about the proposal process can be addressed to:
Glennda Moragne El
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