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2019-07-12T17:00:22+00:00

Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation opens 2nd year of grant cycle

6/27/2019

Representatives of the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation today announced the opening of the second-year grant cycle on July 1 and anticipate giving away approximately $700,000 in grant funds this year.

A second category of grants have been added this year. In addition to the Impact Grants, which were used last year, the Foundation is offering a Fast Track Small Grant for smaller grant requests this year with $150,000 available.

The Fast-Track Small Grant is a quick turnaround grant of up to $5,000. This grant is intended for small nonprofits […]

2019-07-12T21:22:12+00:00

LCVH Foundation names new officers and board members

February 28, 2019

LEWISTON, Idaho – Coming off a fantastic first year that featured more than $250,000 in grants distributed in the local area, the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation’s Board of Community Advisors (BCA) recently elected new officers and filled all 15 members on its board, the Foundation has announced.

Retired Lewiston physician and former Idaho legislator Dr. John Rusche has been named Chairman of the BCA, while Tracy Flynn, a Lewis-Clark State College nursing professor and volunteer Family Nurse Practitioner at the Snake River Community Clinic in Lewiston, […]

IN THE NEWS

$700K in grants available for local nonprofits

KLEW News
July 25, 2019


Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation opens second year of grant cycle

Clearwater Tribune
July 24, 2019


Idaho Department of Labor (idaho@work) – Cottonwood School Dist CNA

NORTH CENTRAL IDAHO – Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis and Nez Perce counties
Region

  • The Region II Professional Technical Academy will provide at least 45 north central Idaho students a certified nursing assistant course (CNA) without fees. The Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation awarded the program $10,000. Clearwater Economic Development Administration wrote the grant request for the Cottonwood School District, which manages the Region II Academy. The academy provides online training in health care careers for Idaho high school students. Source: CEDA News

Healthcare grant program

Whitman County Gazette
July 11, 2019


Deadline for $700,000 in Grants from Valley Healthcare Foundation Set For Aug 1

Big Country News
July 10, 2019


YWCA’s downtown shelter gets a bit of a makeover

A grant from the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation afforded new flooring, drapes, a washer and dryer and, paired with other funds, some new beds went into the women’s shelter on Main Street in Lewiston.

Lewiston Tribune
July 9, 2019


Whitman, Latah county groups eligible for $700,000 in grants

Moscow Pullman Daily News
July 8, 2019


Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation to give out $700,000 in grants

KOZE
July 8, 2019


Foundation to give out $700,000 in grants

Lewiston Tribune
July 6, 2019


Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation opens 2nd year of grant cycle

Clearwater Progress
July 2, 2019


Rusche to chair local health care advisory board

Lewiston Tribune
March 10, 2019