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Fallon Health’s Mini Grant Program in United States

Fallon Health’s Mini Grant Program in United States


Deadline: Ongoing Opportunity

Fallon Health is seeking applications for its Mini Grant Program to fund lower cost projects of value to non-profit organizations within Fallon’s service area.

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Focus Areas

Food insecurity: Fallon Health’s goal is to help maintain food assistance programs for those areas or populations that are particularly vulnerable to food insecurity as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to traditional resources, they are looking to support new innovative programming, such as community gardens, mobile farmer’s markets, and summer feeding programs.
Senior health initiatives: With a focus on those most impacted by the pandemic, Fallon Health aims to support organizations and programs that provide services to seniors that overcome or mitigate social isolation and loneliness. Particular attention will be paid to programs that ensure access to care including behavioral health resources, safety in homes and communities, and access to food and utilities. Examples include:
Caregiver support services
Transportation to medical appointments
Healthy living programs
Falls/community/home safety
Access to nutritious foods/mobile pantries and markets/Meals on Wheels
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Fallon Health’s Mini Grants are awarded in amounts up to $5,000.
Key Services Areas

Grants will be awarded to programs across the key service areas in Massachusetts with a particular focus on the following counties:

Primary funding markets:
Berkshire
Middlesex
Worcester
Secondary funding markets:
Barnstable
Bristol
Essex
Franklin
Hampden
Hampshire
Norfolk
Plymouth
Suffolk
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Eligible organizations include non-profit health and social service agencies, public schools, city or town agencies, community health centers, and hospitals, with a focus on organizations providing services to populations throughout the service areas.
Organizations are eligible to receive funding for a mini grant once per calendar year.
For more information, visit http://www.fchp.org/en/community/mini-grants.aspx

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