Proposals and Average Grant Size
HHF accepts proposals for the Community Health Grant Program every year in August.
The 2023 deadline is August 1, 2023.
The average Community Health Grant is $5,000-8,000. The maximum amount HHF will fund is $15,000.
If you’re considering applying for a grant, we invite you to review the guidelines and application, then contact our staff to discuss how to strengthen your proposal: Craig Woods, Director of Grantmaking, at 707-267-9913 or email@example.com.
We recognize that racism is a critical public health issue impacting our region. Therefore, HHF will prioritize funding for organizations and groups that support the health and wellbeing of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. Community Health Grants support programs and projects that:
- Enhance the physical and mental well-being of Humboldt County residents and communities
- Improve the health of those with social or economic disadvantages, the underserved, and/or marginalized, with priority going to organizations supporting the health and wellbeing of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color
- Have potential to make significant community impact
- Are preventive
- Bring people together to work on issues of community concern
HHF makes grants for general operating support, programs, services, advocacy, organizing, civic engagement, capital campaigns, capital improvement projects, and racial equity training and consulting.
Need grantwriting support?
Additional technical assistance is available to organizations that support Black, Indigenous and People of Color. Contact Director of Grantmaking, Craig Woods – firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-267-9913. Limited availability – first come, first served. Contact us today!