Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation

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Fast-Track & Impact Grants

Fast-Track Small Grant Now Open

The Fast-Track Small Grant is a quick turnaround grant of up to $10,000. This grant is intended for small nonprofits that focus on health, wellness, and disease prevention; have an annual operating budget of less than $250,000; especially encouraging, but not limited to, rural communities. Fast-Track Small Grant applications can be submitted at any time during the year and will be rewarded on a monthly basis until the $150,000 in funding runs out. (Limit 1 Fast Track Grant Award per organization, per year.) Application window will be open from March 26, 2020 until funds are depleted with grants awarded monthly.

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Large Impact Grant Now Open

Deadline Extended To July 1, 2020

The larger impact grant is for grants up to $75,000 but the Foundation will consider compelling requests in any amount. Priority will be given to applications that demonstrate a commitment to long-term vision, building partnerships, and projects that address the root causes that promote health, wellness, and disease prevention. (Organizations may submit more than 1 Large/Impact Grant Application per year.)  Application window will be open from March 16, 2020 to July 1, 2020.

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Here is another source of help from our friends at Innovia, Valley Vision and Avista

Valley Vision and Avista have partnered with the Innovia Foundation and many other generous individuals, foundations, and businesses, to establish the COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund. As we navigate the uncertainty and uncharted course of COVID-19, please know that we all are focused on rapidly responding to the most critical needs in our region. We are dedicated to working with our non-profit and community partners to reduce the adverse effects of the pandemic on our communities. Working together, we can help one another, particularly our neighbors in need and our most vulnerable populations.

Innovia’s mission is to ignite generosity that transforms lives and communities.  How urgent this mission seems, in light of the events in our society these past few weeks.

In order to move resources quickly, Innovia is not hosting a formal application process for the COVID-19 Fund. Instead they are seeking feedback from community members and nonprofit organizations via an online survey. The survey can be accessed here: https://covidresponse.questionpro.com/. Please forward this link far and wide to people in your community so we can hear from them.  Responses to the five questions will help Innovia determine the most pressing needs and how to direct resources.

For more information about the COVID-19 Fund, visit: https://innovia.org/covid19/

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SBA and CARES Act Resources for Idaho Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

Small businesses, private non-profit organizations of any size, small agricultural cooperatives and small aquaculture enterprises that have been financially impacted as a direct result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) since Jan. 31, 2020, may qualify for SBA and CARES Act relief.

SBA Customer Service Representatives are available to answer questions about programs and explain application processes. Call the SBA’s Customer Service Center at (800) 659-2955 or email disastercustomerservice@sba.gov for more information. Individuals who are deaf or hard‑of‑hearing may call (800) 877-8339. For more information about available SBA resources and services, please visit SBA.gov/coronavirus.

Latest News

2020-04-23T21:25:32+00:00

LCVHF awards $146,006 in Fast-Track Small Grants

Money will help 19 area nonprofits deal with effects of COVID-19

April 23, 2020

The Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation has approved $146,006 in Fast-Track Small Grants to 19 area nonprofits to help them deal with the COVID-19, the Coronavirus pandemic, its Board of Community Advisors have announced.

The Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation funds grants to promote the health, wellness, or disease prevention of residents in a three-state, nine-county area: Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis and Nez Perce in Idaho; Asotin, Garfield and Whitman in Washington; and Wallowa in Oregon.

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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.