Skaggs Foundation Legacy Grants
Programs will be considered that meet the following criteria:
Interested organizations are invited to attend one of two informational sessions for a great overview of the program as well as updates to the process, procedure and priorities for 2014.
All organizations applying for $25,000 or more are required to attend a grant writing workshop on Friday, April 11 at White River Valley Electric or Wednesday, April 16 at the Kimberling Area Library.
Grant recipients will receive pre and post award site visits, interviews, and quarterly reporting requirements. Grants are not automatically renewable and unless otherwise specified are awarded for a one year time frame. Types of grant distribution are subject to change annually as additional community health needs are identified.
Please contact Heather Zoromski, Grants Administrator with questions or if you need technical assistance at 417-335-7340 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Partners Grants
Health Partners Grants are open to any non-profit organization serving Stone and/or Taney County that are in need of operating, program or capital expenditures in order to stabilize operations. Each applicant’s mission must be health and wellness related. There is no award floor or ceiling. Each organization is allowed to apply for a funding period of up to three years and will be required to submit a sustainability plan to ensure organization operations after the funding period expires. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the applicant and each collaborating organization is required.
Helping Hands Grants
Helping Hands Grants are available to any non-profit organization serving Stone and/or Taney County for a specific health and wellness related purpose or program. Awards range from $1,000 to $5,000. Helping Hands Grants are one-year awards. There is no guarantee of funding for a second year.
Community Initiative Grants
Community Initiative Grants are open to any collaborative community health initiative, led by a non-profit, and implemented in Stone and/or Taney County and approved by OWN it., Cox Medical Center Branson, or Skaggs Foundation. Each initiative must be health and wellness related. There is no award floor or ceiling. Each organization is allowed to apply for a funding period of up to three years. Collaboration and improving the health and wellness of Stone and Taney County residents is the focus of these grants. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the applicant and each collaborating organization is required.
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