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Grants for Nonprofits : Health


A compilation of web pages and books of potential interest to nonprofit organizations seeking funding opportunities related to health. It also contains information about funders who provide assistance to individuals coping with catastrophic health problems.

General Health Funding Sources Websites

Also see Grants for Individuals : Medicine, focusing primarily on financial aid or research support.

Medical schools and hospitals may also want to investigate U.S. government funding, particularly from agencies within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Aetna Foundation: Cultivating Healthy Communities
Dedicated to promoting wellness, health, and access to high-quality healthcare for everyone. The Foundation's Cultivating Healthy Communities grant program is intended to help local communities in the continental U. S. to become healthier places to live, with emphasis on projects that benefit underserved, low-income, and minority communities. Grants are provided to nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and federally recognized Indian tribes committed to improving the health of their participants by focusing on activities that align to one or two of the following five domains: Healthy Behaviors, Community Safety, Built Environment, Social/Economic Factors, and Environmental Exposures. Applicants can request between $50,000 and $100,000 for projects lasting between 18 and 24 months. Organizations with annual operating budgets below $250,000 are not eligible to apply. The Stage 1 application deadline is April 14, 2017; Stage 2 applications are due June 16, 2017. Visit the Foundationís website to download the request for proposals.
(Last checked 02/16/16)

American Legacy Foundation
Small Innovative Grant Program
The American Legacy Foundation is dedicated to building a world where young people reject tobacco and anyone can quit. The Foundation provides Small Innovative Grants in order to advance innovative, evidence-based solutions to undo the harm from tobacco use in America. While the Foundation will consider projects in most topic areas related to its goals, areas currently of greatest interest include: tobacco prevention, cessation, and education for 18-24 year olds, especially those not in higher education settings; and projects targeting rural settings. State or local political subdivisions, reservations, tribes, tribal organizations, and nonprofit organizations in the 46 states, the District of Columbia, and five territories identified in the original settlement agreement between a coalition of attorneys general and tobacco manufacturers are eligible to apply. (Proposals from Florida, Minnesota, Texas, and Mississippi are not eligible.) Applications are accepted year-round. Visit the above website for program guidelines.
(Last checked 02/16/16)

American Medical Association (AMA) Foundation
Healthy Living Grant Program
Deadline: Check back in June 2016 for information about next year's program.
The Healthy Living Grant Program supports health education programs to develop school and community-based solutions to behavioral health challenges. For the current cycle, the Healthy Living Grant Program funds organizations educating young people about prescription medication safety. Projects or programs should target youth or young adults ages 2 through 21, particularly in underserved or at-risk areas. Previous grants have created awareness regarding the topic of prescription drug abuse among youth, including activities aimed at low-income and under-informed communities, training school personnel to spread the word, and empowering middle school students to create public service campaigns to increase understanding of prescription drug safety.
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Arnold P. Gold Foundation
Works with health care professionals in training and in practice to instill a culture of respect, dignity, and compassion for patients and professionals. Note: On January 1, 2016 the foundation posted : The Foundation recently completed a review of its grantmaking process. We will no longer be accepting proposals for grants above $5,000. Presidential Grants ($5,000 and below) for Programs are suspended until further notice. Check the website in June 2016 for further updates on Program Presidential Grants. Presidential Grants for Research are no longer offered.
(Last checked 02/16/16)

Association for Healthcare Philanthropy
This organization shares resources geared toward fundraising professionals in the health care field which may help them identify ideas as well as sources for additional funding.
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Association of American Medical Colleges
Grants and Awards Received by the AAMC
Provides a list of recent grants received by AAMC members.
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Association of American Medical Colleges
Group on Educational Affairs (GEA)
Strives to advance medical education and medical educators through faculty development, curriculum development, educational research, and assessment in undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education.
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AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation
Deadline : February 28
Applications for grants of at least $150,000 each through the Connections for Cardiovascular Health program administered by the AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation. Grants will support nonprofit organizations working to improve cardiovascular health in their communities. Who may apply: organizations classified as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, public schools, government agencies, or municipal institutions that are eligible to accept tax-deductible, charitable contributions. For more information, send an email to connectionsforcardiovascularhealth@astrazeneca.com
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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation
More than $1 million is available annually for grants to Michigan-based researchers at academic, health service delivery and community nonprofit organizations. The BCBSM Foundation has developed grant programs that support research, foster community solutions to critical health care problems, acknowledge excellence in research and support medical and doctoral students interested in health care. The web site features a copy of the latest annual report, application forms, and information about individual award programs. Sample special opportunities include:
(1) Investigator-Initiated Program
(2) Community Health Matching Grants
(3) Physician-Investigator Research Award
(4) Proposal Development Award
(Last checked 02/16/16)

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
Community Health Matching Program
The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation is dedicated to improving the health of Michigan residents through the support of research and innovative programs. The Foundation's Community Health Matching Program supports nonprofit community organizations throughout the state that develop, use, and evaluate new ways to solve community health problems. Matching grants of up to $25,000 are available for programs that help increase access to healthcare, address critical public health issues, improve the quality of care, or enhance efficiency. Requests are accepted throughout the year; however, they should be submitted at least five months before the funds are needed. Visit the Foundation's website to download the program's brochure and application guidelines.
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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation
Proposal Development Awards Program
To help give life to community-based health care programs, the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation has allocated $35,000 for a Proposal Development Awards program that will contribute up to $3,500 per award to help Michigan-based nonprofit community organizations get the resources they need to develop grant proposals. The awards can be used to obtain grant writing resources including technical assistance, freelance proposal writers and related proposal development costs. Awards are not intended to support any type of project activity or to supplement operational expenses.
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Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan
A statewide organization which provides information, financial assistance, and emotional support to families of adults and children affected by leukemia, lymphoma, and other related blood disorders. Until there's a cure, CLF is here to help families overcome the challenges these conditions present. The financial assistance program offers up to $1,000 per fiscal year toward treatment costs for patients with little or no insurance, prescription costs for patients with little or no insurance, travel to and from treatment centers, wigs and head-coverings. Also offers a Special Needs Fund - up to $500 (separate from the $1,000 above) to cover the expenses that fall through the cracks of traditional financial aid programs (e.g. lodging, rent/mortgage, auto repairs, child care, etc.).
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Cigna Foundation
Grants will be awarded to nonprofit organizations that work in one of the following areas: the elimination of ethnic and gender disparities in health care; the health of women, children, and families; mental-health services for needy children; obesity prevention; and improving communication between patients and doctors, as well as the promotion of health literacy. For more information send an email to foundationgrants@cigna.com
(Last checked 02/16/16)

Commonwealth Fund
The Commonwealth Fund awards grants for projects in its four major program areas:
(1) International Health Care Policy and Practice
(2) Improving the Quality of Health Care Services
(3) Improving Insurance Coverage and Access to Care, and
(4)Improving Public Spaces and Services.
The Commonwealth Fund also sponsors and/or administers four fellowship programs:
(1)The Commonwealth Fund/Harvard University Fellowship in Minority Health Policy
(2) Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy
(3) Ian Axford Fellowships in Public Policy, and provides partial funding for the
(4) Paul Beeson Physician Faculty Scholars in Aging Research.
Some of the fellowships are designed to allow junior health policy researchers or practitioners from the United Kingdom, Australia, or New Zealand to conduct research or seek training in the United States. The Ian Axford Fellowship allows researchers from the U.S. to travel to New Zealand.
Also listed under Grants for Individuals--International Travel and Study Abroad.
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Delta Dental Foundation
Brighter Futures Community Grants
Deadline : September 15
Each year, the Delta Dental Foundation provides financial support through its Brighter Futures Community Grant program to various community organizations and programs which promote/provide oral health care for children and/or adults. Brighter Futures grants are limited to a maximum of $5,000 per grant. Grants must be dedicated to local not-for-profit programs designed to promote oral health in Michigan, Indiana, and/or Ohio.
(Last checked 02/16/16)

Emory University
Rollins School of Public Health
Grant Forward
Emory University is one of many universities that provides access to Grant Forward for its community. The Link offers a limited sample search..
(Last revised 05/18/15)

Federal Funding Opportunities for Food and Nutrition Posted on Grants.gov
Lists some of the most recent grant programs available.
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Federal Funding Opportunities for Health Posted on Grants.gov
Lists some of the most recent grant programs available.
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Federal Funding Tools and Information Sources
Provides web links to federal databases, newsletters, and websites.
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Federal Programs That Provide Health Services to Communities
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is the nation's principal agency for protecting the health of Americans and provides over 60,000 grants per year. EducationMoney.com repackages information from the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance in an interesting manner.
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Financial Aid for Eye Care
Many state and national resources regularly provide aid to people with vision problems. The National Eye Institute, which supports eye research, does not help individuals pay for eye care. However, it does provide this directory of possible program assistance, including:
(1) EyeCare America, a public service foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), provides free and low-cost eye exams for qualified U.S. citizens 65 and over who do have access to an ophthalmologist in the past three years. Telephone: 1-800-222-EYES (3937). Website: http://eyecareamerica.org/eyecare/public
(2) VISION USA, coordinated by the American Optometric Association (AOA), provides free eye care to uninsured, low-income workers and their families. Screening for the program takes place only during January of each year, with exams provided later in the year. Telephone: 1-800-766-4466
(3) Lions Clubs International provides financial assistance to individuals for eye care through local clubs. There are Lions Clubs in most localities, and services vary from club to club. Check your telephone book for the telephone number and address of your local club. The telephone number for the national office is (630) 571-5466
(4) Mission Cataract USA, coordinated by the Volunteer Eye Surgeons' Association, is a program providing free cataract surgery to people of all ages who have no other means to pay. Surgeries are scheduled annually on one day, usually in May. Telephone: 1-800-343-7265
(5) Knights Templar Eye Foundation provides assistance for eye surgery for people who are unable to pay or receive adequate assistance from current government agencies or similar sources. Mailing address: 5097 North Elston Avenue, Suite 100, Chicago, IL 60630-2460. Telephone: (773) 205-3838. E-mail: ktef@knightstemplar.org Website: http://www.knightstemplar.org/ktef/
(6) Sight for Students, a Vision Service Plan (VSP) program in partnership with The Entertainment Industry Foundation, provides eye exams and glasses to children 18 years and younger whose families cannot afford vision care. Telephone: 1-888-290-4964. Website: http://www.sightforstudents.org/
(7) New Eyes for the Needy provides vouchers for the purchase of new prescription eyeglasses. Mailing address: 549 Millburn Avenue, P.O. Box 332, Short Hills, NJ 07078-0332. Telephone: (973) 376-4903
(8) The Medicine Program assists people to enroll in one or more of the many patient assistance programs that provide prescription medicine free-of-charge to those in need. Patients must meet the sponsor's criteria. The program is conducted in cooperation with the patient's doctor. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4182, Poplar Bluff, MO 63902-4182. Telephone: (573) 996-7300. E-mail: help@themedicineprogram.com Website: http://www.themedicineprogram.com
(9)Directory of Prescription Drug Patient Assistance Programs 1999-2000, published by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, identifies company programs that provide prescription medications free of charge to physicians for their needy patients. A copy of the directory is available online at http://www.phrma.org/patients. Telephone: 1-800-PMA-INFO.
Also listed under Disabled.
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Funders Network on Population, Reproductive Health, and Rights
The Funders Network is a network of grantmakers who address issues of population, reproductive health, rights and justice, both domestically and internationally. Its members share a common goal: to ensure that all people have access to the information and services they need to manage their own fertility and protect and promote their sexual and reproductive health. To that end, the Funders Network seeks to improve communication, foster collaboration, increase resources and enhance the overall effectiveness of grantmakers in this field.Members have access to a searchable web-based database/directory of of grantmakers, bulletin, listserv, etc.
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Fundraising for Health: A Resource List
Studies suggest that grants for health-related purposes command a significant share of foundation giving. The following resource list may be helpful for nonprofit organizations and individuals looking for private and government funding. It contains citations to selected works from the Foundation Center's bibliographic database, Catalog of Nonprofit Literature, as well as links to useful Web resources.
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Fundraising for Hospitals or Health Organizations: A Resource List
As medical costs continue to rise, maintaining your hospital's fiscal health is more important than ever. This resource list, which contains citations to selected works from the Foundation Center's bibliographic database, Catalog of Nonprofit Literature, will help you explore emerging trends in health philanthropy and assist you with developing a fundraising strategy for your organization.
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Gates Foundation (Bill and Melinda)
Bill and Melinda Gates hope to make an enduring contribution toward increasing access to innovations in education, technology, and global health. More than seventeen billion dollars in endowments have been set aside for these causes.
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Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation
Northwest Michigan Osteopathic Endowment
The fund's income supports physician education and other innovative health education, research and treatment programs that respond to community health needs. It also includes memorial grants to honor osteopathic physician John P. Wood
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Grant Makers In Health (GIH)
While GIH's mission is to support foundations and corporate giving programs, grantseekers can browse reports and bulletins to keep abreast of health funding trends.
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Grants.gov : Current Federal Funding Opportunities for Food and Nutrition
Lists some of the most recently announced grants for health.
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Grants.gov : Current Federal Funding Opportunities for Health Issues
Lists some of the most recently announced grants for health.
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Health Grants Available through the State of Michigan
Type in health and see what turns up.
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Health RFPs Posted by the Foundation Center PND Digest
Each RFP listing provides a brief overview of a current funding opportunity offered by a foundation or other grantmaking organization. Interested applicants should read the full RFP at the grantmaker's Web site or contact the grantmaker directly for complete program guidelines and eligibility requirements before submitting a proposal to that grantmaker.
Also listed under Grants for Individuals - Medicine
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Hill-Burton Free and Reduced-Cost Medical Care
In 1946, Congress passed a law that gave hospitals, nursing homes and other health facilities grants and loans for construction and modernization. In return, they agreed to provide a reasonable volume of services to persons unable to pay and to make their services available to all persons residing in the facility's area. The program stopped providing funds in 1997, but about 300 health care facilities nationwide are still obligated to provide free or reduced-cost care.
Also listed under Grants for Nonprofits - Social Services.
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Independent Charities of America
Provides an interesting collection of medically-oriented operating foundations and agencies (among other focus areas) that conduct research on diseases such as AIDS, cancer, and glaucoma -- just to name a few. And it's still growing. So medical colleges and hospitals may want to periodically visit this site.
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Johnson & Johnson Community Health Care Initiative
Johnson & Johnson Community Health Care Program, in partnership with the National Council of La Raza and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, is pleased to announce a grant-funding opportunity for non-profit, community-based, health care organizations. The goal of the program is to assist community-based, nonprofit organizations whose primary goal is to provide creative and effective access to quality health care for the medically underserved.
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Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation
Dedicated to improving the health of the public by advancing the education and training of health professionals. Program priorities include:

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Keck Foundation
The Research Program seeks to benefit humanity by supporting projects in two specific areas (1) medical research and (2) science and engineering, that are distinctive and novel in their approach, question the prevailing paradigm, or have the potential to break open new territory in their field. Past grants have been awarded to major universities, independent research institutions, and medical schools to support pioneering biological and physical science research and engineering, including the development of promising new technologies, instrumentation or methodologies. Historically, grants range from $500,000 to $5 million and are typically $2 million or less.
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Susan G. Komen for the Cure (Greater Lansing Chapter) Grants
The promise of Susan G. Komen for the Cure is to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for everyone, and energizing science to find the cure. Up to 75% of the funds raised by the Affiliate are used to fund local non-duplicative, community-based breast health education, breast screening and breast cancer survivorship programs for medically underserved and low income women. The Request for Applications for funding for breast health programs in Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, Jackson, Livingston, Shiawassee and Washtenaw Counties is issued in the Fall and can be found on the Affiliate's website. The Affiliate contributes 25% of funds raised locally to support the national Komen Grants Program, which funds groundbreaking breast cancer research, meritorious awards and educational and scientific programs around the world.
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Lions Clubs International
Each year Lions Clubs around the country provide 600,000 free professional glaucoma screenings, perform 25,000 cornea transplants, collect over 3 million pairs of glasses, and provide thousands with free quality eye care. Services are provided based on need, and programs and services can be developed according to specific community needs. Lions Clubs conduct Hometown Day that brings people to Lenscrafters for eye exams and eyeglasses free of charge. Consult your telephone directory for a Lions Club in your area or contact: Lions Club International, 300 22nd St., Oak Brook, IL 60523; Telephone: 630-571-5466; Fax: 630-571-5735.
(Last checked 02/16/16)

McGregor Fund
Health Care Funding
The McGregor Fund places an emphasis on improving access to primary medical care, mental health care and substance abuse treatment for indigent, low-income and other highly underserved populations, primarily within the City of Detroit. Support will be considered for community health centers, school-based clinics and other community based organizations and initiatives that have the following characteristics: 1. Encompass a partnership between a health system and community-based organization(s), providing patients with a seamless delivery of new or expanded services. 2. Supported by a broad and sustainable funding base, including such sources as government grants and contracts, service revenues, private contributions, and donated services, equipment and supplies. 3. Focus on and respond to identified community needs and preferences through such practices as staffing and management by community members, community participation on governance boards, and use of linguistically and culturally appropriate practices and materials. 4. With regard to support for mental health and substance abuse treatment programs, priority will be given to programs designed for individuals who also typically utilize emergency human services.
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Medical Research RFPs Posted by the Foundation Center PND Digest
Each RFP listing provides a brief overview of a current funding opportunity offered by a foundation or other grantmaking organization. Interested applicants should read the full RFP at the grantmaker's Web site or contact the grantmaker directly for complete program guidelines and eligibility requirements before submitting a proposal to that grantmaker.
Also listed under Grants for Individuals - Medicine
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The Medicine Program
Free prescription medicine is available to any US citizen, of any age, who lacks insurance or has met their insurance limit. The Medicine Program was established to help patients who cannot afford necessary prescription drugs. You must be able to demonstrate your financial need. Contact The Medicine Program, P.O. Box 515, Doniphan, MO 63935; Telephone: 573-996-7300
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Michigan Health Endowment Fund
Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyles Grant Program
The aim of this Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyles proactive grant program is to identify and support projects that are innovative and directly linked to food, health and wellness. Priority will be given to projects that have an emphasis on children. The fund recognizes that family involvement is a key component to healthy behavior change and is interested in projects that adopt a multigenerational approach to addressing childrenís needs. Grants are available to qualifying non-profit organizations and public agencies that serve residents in Michigan.
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Michigan Health Endowment Fund
Responsive Grant Program
The intention of the Health Fundís responsive grantmaking is to allow for meaningful investment in projects that will have an impact on community health and wellness and are smaller in scale and complexity. Responsive grants are available to qualifying non-profit organizations and public agencies that serve residents in Michigan. This responsive grant round will prioritize proposals focused on technology enhancements. Visit our blog to read more about what that means and see examples of technology-related projects weíve funded in the past.
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National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA)
Grants Program
NEMA awards grants in accordance with its mission of preventing injury and illness by addressing health and social issues through education, applied research, and equipment. Through our special programs, the National Heart Council and the National Stroke Council, grants provide essential funding to hospitals, health clinics, trauma centers, fire departments, and physicians. Awards go to small, under-funded rural organizations as well as to well-established entities. Support for a wide variety of trauma prevention and emergency medical services for individuals of all ages is provided each year to deserving organizations throughout the US.
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National Prevention Information Network (NPIN)
In addition to providing links to many service providers, also provides a cumulative list of funding opportunities in areas of concern.
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The Pollination Project Foundation
The Pollination Project makes seed grants of $1,000 each to social entrepreneurs with a practical vision for doing good in the world. The organizations will make one grant every day for a year for projects in the environment, justice, human rights, arts and culture, animal rights and welfare, and community health and wellness. Grants will not support established organizations or corporations; grantees' time or services; projects that have already raised over $10,000 since inception; scholarships and training fees; and projects where the primary benefit is to the grantee or to any one individual.
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation supports research and programs throughout the nation which are working to build a Culture of Health.
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Rural Assistance Center
Grant Funding Resources
Identifies both government and non-government funding sources for rural health facilities.
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Patient assistance programs are run by pharmaceutical companies to provide free medications to people who cannot afford to buy their medicine. RxAssist offers a comprehensive database of these patient assistance programs, as well as practical tools, news, and articles so that health care professionals and patients can find the information they need. All in one place.
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Shriners of North America
Support Shriners Hospitals for Children around the country that provide expert, no-cost orthopaedic and burn care to children under 18. For more information, contact Shriners Hospitals, P.O. Box 31356, Tampa, FL 33631; Telephone: 800-237-5055.
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Small World Foundation
SWF is dedicated to providing reconstructive surgery and medical aid throughout the developing world for children and adults who have no access to proper health care or resources for treatment.
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The Smile Train
Treatment Grants are one-time grants for medical professionals, hospitals, and organizations that provide treatment for poor children with clefts in developing countries, but who may not meet the requirements to become a treatment partner. These grants are designed to supplement care for children who would not otherwise receive help through free treatment (i.e. surgery, orthodontia, speech therapy), improving the quality of treatment or providing for related expenses such as equipment, outreach programs, and patient travel. The grants may also be designated for a specific project or need that help poor children with cleft lip and palate.
The Smile Train provides Education and Training Grants for doctors, hospitals and medical schools to develop and deliver advanced in-country cleft lip and palate teaching and education programs. These programs are made available to doctors, nurses, and medical professionals who could not otherwise afford them.
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Stemmler Medical Education Research Fund
The goal of the Stemmler Fund, established in 1995, is to provide support for research or development of innovative assessment approaches that will enhance the evaluation of those preparing to, or continuing to, practice medicine. Expected outcomes include advances in the theory, knowledge, or practice of assessment at any point along the continuum of medical education, from undergraduate and graduate education and training, through practice. Pilot and more comprehensive projects are both of interest. Collaborative investigations within or among institutions are eligible, particularly as they strengthen the likelihood of the project's contribution and success. Visit the website for application information and a list of grants awarded. Sponsored by the National Board of Medical Examiners.
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Texas Department of State Health Services
Funding Information Center
Funding Alert Grant Database
In addition to providing a database of possible funding opportunities, also provides an audio copy of a proposal writing session.
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Texas Department of State Health Services
Funding Information Center
Grant Tips and News
Provides a weekly current awareness service.
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Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Health, 2011
Source: Foundation Stats, 2013, courtesy of the Foundation Center.
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Top 50 Foundation Center 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, 2012
Source: Foundation Stats, 2014, courtesy of the Foundation Center.
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Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for People with AIDS, 2011
Source: Foundation Stats, 2013, courtesy of the Foundation Center.
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Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for People with AIDS, 2012
Source: Foundation Stats, 2014, courtesy of the Foundation Center.
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Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for People with Terminal Illness, 2011
Source: Foundation Stats, 2013, courtesy of the Foundation Center.
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Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for People with Terminal Illness, 2012
Source: Foundation Stats, 2014, courtesy of the Foundation Center.
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USDA/RUS Rural Distance Learning and Telemedicine Project Grants and Loans
Also listed under Education.
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Grants Forecast
The Department of Health and Human Services' Grants Forecast is a database of planned grant opportunities proposed by its agencies. Each Forecast record contains actual or estimated dates and funding levels for grants that the agency intends to award during the fiscal year. Forecast opportunities are subject to change based on enactment of congressional appropriations. When funding is available and an agency is ready to accept applications, the agency will issue an official notice, known as a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), which will be available on Grants.gov. The FOA provides guidance on how to receive an application kit and instructions on how to apply.
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