CHF is Now Accepting Grant Applications Due by April 1st

We are currently accepting grant applications for our April 1st grant cycle.

We seek proposals for projects and programs which benefit the people of Whatcom County and show active partnerships with other organizations on an identified community health need that leverages the impact of our support.

If your organization is interested in applying for a major or strategic impact grant, please submit a letter of inquiry outlining the basic proposal (one page) to Sue Sharpe by March 20th, 2018. If there is mutual interest in pursuing the proposal, completion of a formal grant request will be recommended.

The following are a few examples of programs and projects that have made a meaningful impact: support grieving children, teens and families, housing for homeless youth, end-of-life caregiver support, avalanche safety equipment, opiate abuse prevention education materials, and school drop-out prevention programs. For more information on grants awarded during our October grant cycle visit here.

We will accept strategic impact grant applications for projects and programs that align with our Strategic Impact Priorities listed below:

  • A Neighborhood or School Based Community Health Initiative
  • Awareness of and Interventions to Address Opiate Abuse in Whatcom County
  • Healthy Aging Initiatives
  • Healthy Children & Families
  • Community Health Worker strategy to address social determinants of health

For more information on letter of inquiry, grant requirements and application process please visit here or call (360) 671 -3349.

If you have interest in making a donation so that these grants are available in your community, please visit our Ways To Give page.

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