At Kaiser Permanente Northwest, we cultivate thoughtful partnerships with local organizations that align with our mission and promote the mental, physical, and social well-being of people in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Many of these partnerships are created through our grants and event sponsorships that support vital community programs and services, and address issues that affect the overall health of the community.
Our grantmaking programs align with our local and national Community Health priorities and strategies to meet the health needs of the communities we serve. Grant proposals are accepted on an invitation-only basis; no unsolicited proposals are accepted. The KP Gives — Volunteer Donation Program has a designated open period for submissions. Learn more about our Community Health priorities and strategies.
Kaiser Permanente Northwest is proud that many of our employees give generously of their time and expertise to support community-based organizations throughout the region. To demonstrate our support for their work, we established the KP Gives — Volunteer Donation Program. Access qualifying criteria, submission deadlines, and the online application for community-based organizations. Employees, learn more about KP Gives and our other employee programs that can help you join our efforts to improve the health of communities throughout the Northwest.
Kaiser Permanente Northwest’s Surplus Equipment Donation Program makes in-kind donations to organizations in need. Any qualified tax-exempt organization may apply. Learn more about the Surplus Equipment Donation Program.
Our sponsorships invest in events that bring the community together and increase public understanding and support for our brand and mission. Eligibility for sponsorships is guided by our Community Health priorities and strategies, which also support our Community Health Needs Assessments, or CHNA, and inform where Kaiser Permanente Northwest resources will make the greatest impact.
In addition to Community Health priorities and CHNA, sponsorship proposals are also evaluated based on meeting the following criteria:
We are unable to support the following types of activities:
To apply for an event sponsorship, please complete and submit a proposal through our online portal. Proposals must be submitted at least 60 days prior to the scheduled event date to be considered. We will only consider proposals submitted via the online application. Submitting a proposal does not guarantee we will sponsor your event. We review requests in a multi-step process. You will be informed of our decision within 8 to 12 weeks from the event date. For questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.