Grant Opportunities

The Chartercare Foundation Grant Opportunities for 2020

 

COVID-19 Grants Proposal

Due to overwhelming response, the COVID19 grant application process is now closed.  We will share the awardees in the coming days, and will monitor the process going forward, with an eye toward possible allocation of additional funds.  Thank you to all the nonprofit agencies for the yeoman’s work you are doing. We applaud your efforts and urge all to stay safe and follow the Governor’s directives.

 

Wellness/Obesity Prevention/Nutrition Education GrantApplications are now being accepted for proposals to provide structured programs to identify, treat, and track the effectiveness of wellness programs, nutrition education, diabetes and obesity prevention services, particularly among disadvantaged populations.
The deadline for submission is February 29, 2020.

Download: Wellness/Obesity Prevention/Nutrition Education Grant

 

Behavioral and Mental Health Programs – Deadline has been extended to May 15

Download: Behavioral and Mental Health Programs Application

 

Oral Health Care Programs – Deadline September 15

Download: Oral Health Care Programs Application

 

Emerging Health Care Needs – Rolling Deadline through October 30

Download: Emerging Health Care Needs Application

 

 

The Chartercare Foundation is pleased to announce its most recent grants to the following organizations:

 

Domestic Violence & Abuse Prevention grant to Sojourner House – $40,000 for expansion of services to victims of domestic violence

 

Eldercare Wellness, Safety & Abuse Prevention grant to Capital Community Centers’ Lillian Feinstein Senior Center – $34,213 for diagnosis and treatment of depression and mental health issues experience by elder residents

 

Behavioral & Mental Health Grant to

  • Children’s Friend & Service – $10,560 for program services supporting permanency for child placements
  • Bradley Hospital – $17,133 for establishment of a healing arts program for ages 9-21 at the CADD residences on site
  • Adoption Rhode Island – $25,000 capacity-building grant to assist waitlisted children in need

 

 

Emerging Health Care Needs Grant to  the RI Oral Health Foundation – $15, 000 to support Mission of Mercy  annual Free Dental Clinic

 

Nursing & Continuing Medical Education Scholarships – $30,000* (for a list of awardees, please visit the Scholarship page).

 

To date, the Foundation has awarded close to  $1million in scholarships and grants to nonprofit RI organizations focusing on healthy living and health care issues.  The Foundation is a separate 501©3 community foundation and is not affiliated with CharterCARE Health Partners or its subsidiaries.