At Kaiser Permanente Northwest, we cultivate thoughtful partnerships with local organizations that align with our mission and promote the mental, physical, social, and emotional well-being of people in northwestern 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.
We periodically announce requests for proposals from community organizations whose work aligns with our community health programming and what have been determined to be the high-priority health needs in communities we serve. Stay tuned here for future announcements.
Kaiser Permanente is proud that many of our employees and staff give generously of their time to volunteer with charitable organizations throughout our communities. To demonstrate our support for their work, we established the Kaiser Permanente Gives — Volunteer Grant Program. This program donates money to qualified charitable organizations to which Kaiser Permanente employees and clinicians donate their time. Community organizations, click here to access qualifying criteria, submission deadlines, and the online application. Employees, click here to learn more about KP Gives and our other employee programs that can help you be part of efforts to improve the health of your community.
Kaiser Permanente’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.
Guided by Community Health Needs Assessments which strategically inform where Kaiser Permanente Northwest resources will make the greatest impact, our sponsorships are investments in events that bring our community together, and increase public understanding and support for our brand and mission. In 2020 CHNA areas of focus are access to health care, mental health addiction wellness, and economic opportunity. Additional strategic priorities include housing, education, food security, and social determinants of health.
Through the lens of CHNA and our strategic priorities, sponsorship proposals are evaluated based on meeting the following criteria:
Requests for walks, runs, and races must have an identified Kaiser Permanente Northwest employee connection.
We are unable to support the following types of activities:
To apply for a sponsorship, please complete and submit the event sponsorship proposal form.
Online sponsorship proposals must be submitted at least 60 days prior to the scheduled event date to be considered. Only those proposals submitted via the online application will be considered. Submitting a proposal does not guarantee your event will be sponsored. We review requests in a multi-step process; you will be informed on the consideration within 8 to 12 weeks from the event date. For questions, contact us at Kaiser-Permanente-Events@kp.org.