Foundation Seeks Applications for Oral Health, Wellness Grants

The Sisters Health Foundation  seeks applications for its Responsive Grants Program, which supports efforts that promote oral health, healthy lifestyles, and health equity in the Mid-Ohio Valley.

Deadline: July 19.

Established in 1996, the foundation expands the health ministry of the Congregation of St. Joseph. It is accepting Letters of Inquiry which provides general operating support and support for community health projects, capacity-building initiatives, the purchase of equipment or technology, and small capital projects at nonprofit organizations located within its service areas in West Virginia and Ohio.

Individual grant amounts will range between $500 and $50,000, with the average grant award around $15,000.

To be eligible, applicants must a 501(c)(3) organization or a public institution. In addition, projects must positively impact residents in one or more counties of the foundation’s service areas in West Virginia (Calhoun, Jackson, Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Tyler, Wirt, and Wood) and Ohio (Athens, Meigs, and Washington).

Info: (NOFA).

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