Healthy Community Grant Overview
Through the Healthy Community Competitive Grant, the Health and Wellness Foundation of Pike County (HWFPC) invites proposals from not-for-profit entities which are in alignment with the Foundation’s mission of assisting organizations and initiatives that positively influence the physical, mental, emotional, and social health of those seeking services in Pike County.
The Healthy Community Grant awards projects with a budget of up to $7500.00 in a twelve-month funding cycle and typically do not exceed one year. Applications for this grant are accepted beginning in June annually. Healthy Community Grant applicants will receive notification of HWFPC’s decision to fund, deny, or defer project funding no later than October 30.
Projects exceeding $7500 annually, should apply to the Health Catalyst Grant. Applications can be downloaded from this website or may be obtained by contacting the Foundation office.
HWFPC invests in projects that are capable of addressing Pike County’s most pressing health needs and have the greatest impact on health status. Among the numerous areas eligible for funding, the following priorities of concern have been identified:
All proposals meeting the criteria of eligibility will be taken into consideration. Proposals are selected, and/or denied for funding based on the project’s ability to:
Applicant eligibility is based on the ability to meet the following criteria: