In addition to providing health care and coverage for low-income people, Kaiser Permanente’s community investments include grants, sponsorships, in-kind donations, and volunteerism. To learn more about what we do, please view the 2018 Community Health Snapshot.
Kaiser Permanente provides financial support to local nonprofit health and human service organizations with an emphasis on reaching low-income, under resourced communities. To qualify for consideration, grant requests must be focused on meeting at least one of the funding priorities outlined below.
Applications for the 2019 Funding Cycle will open February 4th. Proposals for grants require a two-part process, beginning with a Letter of Intent (LOI). LOIs will be reviewed and must meet solicitation requirements and expectations. A select number of applicants will be invited to submit a full grant proposal online to be considered for funding. This competitive process is the only opportunity in 2019 to request grant funding from Kaiser Permanente Southern Alameda County.
To review LOI guidelines click here.
To submit a LOI application using our new data management system known as MOSAIC, click here.
|LOI due date (open process)||Tuesday, February 19, 2019 by 5pm|
|RFP released (invitation only based on LOI)||Monday, March 18, 2019|
|Grant period||July 1, 2019 through June 30th, 2020|
|Grant award range||up to $50,000|
We partner with community-based organizations on events and activities promoting prevention and wellness, education, economic and workforce development, and corporate and environmental stewardship.
Applications for the 2019 Funding Cycle is now closed until January 2020.
To learn more about our sponsorship program and eligibility, please review the Sponsorship-Program-Guide_2019
For instructions on how to submit an online sponsorship application please review the Mosaic User Guide for Sponsorship Applicants.
We are proud to share with you our 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) report. The report reflects Kaiser Permanente’s long-standing commitment to working with other organizations to address the most urgent health needs in the communities we serve.
Conducting these assessments and making them available to the public is also important in meeting new federal requirements outlined in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. We invite you to view the Community Health Needs Assessments for each Kaiser Foundation Hospital and submit comments on our CHNA web page.
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