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Seeking Funding?

In support of our vision to transform Eastern Washington into the state’s healthiest region, we hold an annual open request for proposals, which we call our Responsive Grant Program. This program is designed to address one-time, emergent needs in our seven counties, and any nonprofit serving our region can apply for up to $15,000.

Our Responsive Grant Program also includes a Rural Aging track for projects serving seniors living outside of Spokane County.  We call this track the Rural Aging Responsive Grant Cycle. This is run separately from our Responsive Grant Program.

 

The 2017 Responsive & Rural Aging Responsive grant cycle Closed April 28

Click the button below to download a summary of projects we supported in 2016.

Contact Jeri Rathbun at Jeri@empirehealthfoundation.org or Christina Kamkosi at christina@empirehealthfoundation.org with questions or for more information.

 

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2017 Responsive Grant Cycle

Empire Health Foundation’s Responsive Grant Program is designed to address one-time, emergent needs within its seven-county service area, which also includes the Colville, Kalispel, and Spokane Indian Reservations.

The 2017 Responsive Grant Cycle closed April 28th. See below for a complete list of funded projects in 2016.

If you have questions about this program please contact Christina Kamkosi at christina@empirehealthfoundation.org


2017 Rural Aging Responsive Grant Cycle

Empire Health Foundation's Rural Aging Responsive Grant Cycle has one purpose: to provide up to $15,000 of funding for a broad range of one-time projects designed to help adults age 60 and over live full, meaningful lives with independence and dignity. Projects in the following regions are eligible: Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Stevens, and Whitman Counties, as well as the Colville, Kalispel, and Spokane Reservations.

The 2017 Rural Aging Responsive Grant cycle closed April 28th. To check out the projects this program funded in 2016, click the button below.

If you have questions about this program please contact Jeri Rathbun at Jeri@empirehealthfoundation.org