Large Impact Grant Season Now Open

Description:

In 2022 the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation’s Impact Grant Program will fund one-year requests to support projects and initiatives that promote the health, wellness, or disease prevention of persons within the Foundation Service Area in a manner that respects the religious, ethical, and more principles of the Roman Catholic Church and adheres to the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services.. The Foundation Service Area includes nine counties: Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis and Nez Perce Counties in Idaho; Asotin, Garfield and Whitman Counties in Washington; and, Wallowa County in Oregon.

The large Impact Grant is intended for requests from $25,000 to $100,000. Priority will be given to applications that demonstrate a commitment to a long-term vision, and projects that address the root causes that affect health, wellness, and help prevent disease.

The Foundation looks forward to supporting non-profit agencies in responding to those needs.

The application to apply for a large Impact Grant will be available on the website at https://lewisclarkhealth.org/impact-large-grants on June 1, 2022. Community Advisors to the Foundation will review the large Impact Grant applications and make grant award recommendations to the Trustee.

2022 Impact Grant Timeline

June 1st: Impact Grant application available

July 31st: Impact Grant application deadline

November 15th: Trustee to notify winners before November 15th

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Fast-Track Grants

Fast-Track Grant season is now closed.

Latest News

2022-06-08T15:47:28+00:00

Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation announces 2nd Round of Fast-Track Grant awards

The Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation awards over $106,000 to 13 area organizations during its 2nd round of Fast-Track Grants.

Nonprofit organizations and government agencies from 8 cities in the Foundation’s Service Area are among the Fast-Track Grant recipients recently approved. Below is a list of organizations that received a Fast-Track Grant including the amount awarded, and what the grant funds will be used for:

  • J-K Senior Meals, Kendrick, $9,000, Handicapped approach to Senior Center, and electrical upgrade.
  • Chief Joseph Summer Camp, Enterprise, $10,000, New and replacement camp equipment and sports equipment.
  • Wallowa Mountains Hells Canyon Trails Association, Enterprise, $3,000, Wallowa Mountains Exercise Trails Project.
  • Clearwater Basin Youth Conservation Corps, Lewiston, $3,240, Clearwater Basin YCC First Aid and CPR and helmet upgrades.
  • AARC, Lewiston, $10,000, 2022 Operating Budget.
  • Inland Oasis, Moscow, $7,500, West Side Food Pantry.
  • Community On Call, Clarkston, $10,000, Women who are dealing with loss.
  • Gina Quesenberry Foundation, Lewiston, $10,000, […]
2022-05-31T20:36:17+00:00

Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation Opens large Impact Grant Season June 1st

The Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation will open its large Impact Grant Season on June 1st, 2022. Large Impact Grants are intended for requests of $25,000 to $100,000. The large Impact Grant application will be available on the Foundation’s website at lewisclarkhealth.org beginning June 1st. Impact Grant applications are due by July 31.

Priority for these grants are given to nonprofit or government agency applicants that demonstrate a commitment to long-term vision and projects that address the root causes that affect health, improve wellness, and help prevent disease. Grant applications can be for capital expenditures or operating expenses as well as for existing or new programs that are within the nine-county area.

The Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation funds grants to promote the health, wellness, and disease prevention of persons in a three-state, nine-county area, as follows: Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis and Nez Perce in Idaho; Asotin, Garfield and Whitman in Washington; and […]

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About the Foundation

The Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare (LCVH) Foundation was established by the Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden in agreement with Ascension Health and RCCH Healthcare Partners after the sale of St. Joseph Hospital. The LCVH Foundation administers a $25-million endowment that will benefit the health needs in the nine county region the hospital once served. Those counties are Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis and Nez Perce in northern Idaho; Asotin, Garfield and Whitman in southeastern Washington; and Wallowa in northeastern Oregon.