- Children and Youth Mental Health Grants
The foundation's Youth Mental Health Grants are designed to address mental health challenges among children and adolescents.
- Behavioral Health Workforce Recruitment and Retention Grants
The foundation is seeking to address the mental health and substance use workforce shortage by supporting the expansion of behavioral health career opportunities and efforts to support and retain behavioral health staff.
- Community Engagement Grants
The foundation's Community Engagement Grants are designed to catalyze the voice and energy of the community to address health issues and needs.
- Health and Housing Stability Grants
The foundation’s Health and Housing Stability Grants are designed to address systemic barriers to self-sufficiency among those experiencing housing instability.
- Organizational Capacity Building Grants
The foundation is offering Organizational Capacity Building Grants designed to enhance and improve service delivery.
- Responsive Grants
The foundation provides limited and short-term funding to respond to new and emerging health issues.
Grant initiatives are subject to change. Availability of the grants and the due date for proposals will be announced via our e-newsletter.
The foundation will host a virtual bidders’ conference with information on funding initiatives and the application process on February 10, from 2:00-3:00 p.m. Pre-registration is required. Please RSVP to Rebecca Donham at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 7.
Please read the Spring 2022 Grant Guidelines. The proposal deadline is 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 31, 2022. Incomplete and late applications will not be considered. Applications that are in-progress at 4:00 p.m. on the day of the deadline will not be considered.
The foundation requires applicants to submit a one-page concept paper or call the foundation prior to a full proposal. Concept papers and calls help the foundation assess whether the proposed project is aligned with its funding priorities. Concept papers, along with an accompanying cover sheet, or calls must be completed by 2:00 p.m. on March 11. Please call or email Rebecca Donham at (508) 879-7625 or email@example.com. Tips for Writing a Concept Paper are included in the Applicant & Grantee Guide.
- Concept Paper Cover Sheet [Download DOC]
Before you apply, review the Applicant & Grantee Guide and Logic Model Overview prior to getting started. For Community Engagement Grants, please review the Community Engagement Practices: Resource List.
Steps to Apply
Applications must be submitted online. Please follow the steps listed below. You will be asked to submit general information about your organization and project; a budget and budget narrative; narrative detailing your project; and supporting documents.
If you are a New Applicant, once you setup your account information return to this page and follow the steps below to access and submit your application.
Already Started an Application? Go to My Account Page to access a previously started application.
Download and complete the forms listed and save them to your computer in order to attach them to the online application.
On page 2 of the online application, you will be asked to write a brief abstract of your proposal that summarizes the project including target audience and goals. We suggest that you prepare the abstract prior to proceeding with the online application and save this information to your computer. You will then be able to cut and paste this information from your word processor into the box provided on page 2 of the online application. Please keep your response to 150 words or less. Sample abstract.
On Page 3 of the application you will be asked to upload the following supporting documents, if applicable, to your online application. Documents should be in Word, Excel or PDF format, and must be uploaded through the online system. Do not upload files with JPEG, JPG, or TIF extensions. Documents will NOT be accepted via U.S. mail, email or fax.
List of your organization's current Board of Directors
List the name of each director, town of residence and affiliation only. Not applicable for municipal agencies. Do not include contact information such as emails and phone numbers.
Financial Statements for your organization's most recent completed fiscal year, including balance sheet and income and expense statement. If your organization is audited, please provide a complete set of audited financial statements. Not applicable for municipal agencies. Otherwise, submit a copy of your 990.
Letters of Collaboration
Letters of Collaboration are not required, but highly recommended. The letters should be signed and specifically state the collaborator's individual or organizational contribution to the project. Replicated form letters from multiple organizations are discouraged. Multiple letters must be scanned into one document.
Note: Proposals involving schools must include a letter of collaboration from the superintendent.
Complete the online application. The online application consists of four areas:
- Applicant Login
- General Organizational/Project Information Page
- Attachment Upload Page
Important Notes: Applicants must create an account in order to access the application and save their work for completion at a later time. This user account and password will allow you to submit your online application and your grant reports, if your project is funded. Therefore, we highly recommend that your account information and grant application are created and submitted by the project director or development director. You will receive an email with a link to your application and confirming your password.
A Concept Paper or a call must be placed to Rebecca Donham prior to submitting a full proposal.
Questions concerning the application process should be directed to Cathy Glover via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (508) 879-7625.