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Delaware Community Foundation offering Grants of up to $250,000 for Health-related projects in US

Delaware Community Foundation offering Grants of up to $250,000 for Health-related projects in US


Deadline: 19-Apr-21

Highmark BCBSD BluePrints is seeking grant proposals for health-related projects, programs and supportive services.

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BluePrints for the Community, administered by the Delaware Community Foundation, has contributed over $19 million to the community since its inception in 2007.

Community-based nonprofit organizations, community development organizations, and social service organizations, or other government entities, are eligible to apply.

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Priority Areas

Increasing access to health care for uninsured/underserved
Reducing health disparities in minority communities
Supporting early childhood development with initiatives focused on health
Recruiting and training health care professionals
Addressing social determinants of health.
Funding Information

An organization can request between $21,000 – $250,000 for a program/project in a grant funding cycle.
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To be eligible for a standard grant, an organization must meet the following criteria:

Be a nonprofit defined as tax exempt under section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue or a non-revenue generating government agency providing community services.
Be located and operate in the state of Delaware, with the majority of the program/initiative being administered in Delaware.
Organizations with an active BluePrints for the Community small or special grant are eligible to apply for this opportunity as long as the request is for a program/project that is different than the other active proposal.
Additional Eligibility Factors

An organization can request between $21,000 – $250,000 for a program/project in a grant funding cycle.
If your request is $20,000 and under, please apply to the Small Grants program found in the grant portal. If you are seeking funding greater than $250,000, please contact us before submitting an application.
Funds may be used to support health programs/projects being led by the submitter in partnership with other community-based and/or minority-led organizations.
For more information, visit https://www.delcf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/BluePrints-Eligibility-Form-Q221.pdf

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