Well Being Fund
The Alliance for Health for Health Equity is now accepting Requests for Funding for Multi-Year grants (for both FY 23 and FY 24) for up to $10,000 per year, totaling $20,000 per organization.
Application is open Nov 17, 2022 – Dec 12, 2022, at 12 Noon
The Alliance for Health Equity continues to adopt trust-based philanthropy approaches under its commitment to equity in Greater Coatesville. As such, the 2022 Well Being Fund will provide general operating support over a two-year period that aligns with The Alliance’s Strategic Priority: Integrated Services. Helping People Live Healthy and Well.
In the Spring of 2022, The Alliance committed to focusing its grantmaking efforts on the most pressing community needs related to the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH), based on community and grant partner surveys and interviews. The Alliance is continuing this commitment, under this Fall 2022 announcement, to address wellbeing (mental health) as well as employment, education, and housing in Greater Coatesville. This is an open funding opportunity for nonprofit and grassroots organizations that address Greater Coatesville’s most pressing community needs.
Funding Structure and Eligibility
- Submissions that focus on mental health, employment, education, and housing.
- Registered 501(c)3 Nonprofit organizations *
- Registered 501(c)3 Grassroots community organizations * (religious institutions. Civic clubs, activist groups, etc whose annual budget is under $500K)
*Please note that Organizations and Grassroots Partners funded under the Alliance for Health Equity Collaborative Innovation Fund ARE NOT ELIGIBLE for this funding opportunity.
The Alliance for Health Equity 2022 Well Being Fund – Information Session
Time: Nov 30, 2022, 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Non-profit Organizations are organizations that have capacity, content expertise, and access to other funding and resources to support the overall initiative that can help improve a community’s health.
A Grassroot Community Organization is defined as: “people who are drawn together by something that they have in common that has both personal and community consequences and grant themselves the authority to solve the problem they are facing or create the future they desire.” Grassroot Community organizations often have the most sensitive understanding of the challenges, priorities among affected communities, and the solutions most likely to be embraced and sustained. Therefore, the grassroots community organizations should be financially compensated for their time, community capital and resources.