The following grant opportunities have fast approaching deadlines. Please apply soon.
Tobacco Disparities Grant
Funder: South Dakota Department of Health Tobacco Control Program
Purpose: To promote long-term change aimed at reducing disparate tobacco use among the following priority populations: youth and young adults, American Indians, pregnant women, Medicaid clients, spit tobacco users, and the mental health and substance abuse populations.
Eligibility: Local governmental and non-profit community-based organizations, coalitions and groups that support the mission of the South Dakota Tobacco Control Program.
Amount: $5,000 to $25,000
Deadline: March 1, 2017
Health and Wellness Grants
Funder: Anthem Foundation
Purpose: Grant funds are available for health and wellness programs with a priority on programs that promote: healthy hearts, including prevention and wellness programs that address cardiovascular diseases and strokes, smoking, obesity, hypertension and stressful and sedentary lifestyles; cancer prevention and early detection; diabetes prevention; healthy maternal practices; healthy, active lifestyles.
Eligibility: 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations from areas of Anthem operations
Deadline: Feb. 24, 2017
Rural Hospital Planning and Transition Grant (Minnesota only)
Funder: Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Rural Health & Primary Care
Purpose: Transition grants can be used to prepare strategic plans, implement new uses for hospital space and develop community services as well as other small rural hospital needs.
Eligibility: Non-federal, not-for-profit, general acute care hospital and is located in a rural area as defined in federal Medicare regulations, Code of Federal Regulations, title 42, section 405.1041, or located in a community with a population of less than 15,000 and is outside of the seven county metropolitan area in Minnesota and has fewer than 50 beds.
Deadline: TBD. The RFP will be posted in late January or early February 2017
Community Innovation Grants
Funder: Bush Foundation
Purpose: These grants support communities to use problem-solving processes that lead to more effective, equitable and sus-tainable solutions. Think of is as civic research and development, allowing communities to develop and test new solu-tions to community challenges. Innovation grants support the process between identifying a community problem and implementing a new breakthrough solution.
Eligibility: 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, government entities, tribal organizations and other community organizations. Applicants must be located in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota or the 23 Native nations that share the same geography.
Amount: $500 - $10,000 or $10,000 - $200,000