Pediatric care

Application Information

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What We Fund

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The Intermountain Community Care Foundation furthers the mission of Intermountain Healthcare by providing grants to fund

What We’d Really Like To See

  • Innovative projects with measurable results
  • Projects that promote significant and lasting change
  • Projects that are specific, well-defined and cost-effective

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How to Apply

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An Intermountain Community Care Foundation grant application packet has several required pieces. Your application will not be considered if any of the information is missing from your application.

The grant application you submit will be copied and distributed to the Foundation Board for review, so it is important that it be clear and easy-to-read!

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Program Areas

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The Foundation is focused on two areas of healthcare for low-income families and individuals. These categories are listed below in order of importance:

  1. Direct Healthcare Services
  2. Healthcare Support Services

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Your Application

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Applying agencies should be prepared to receive a site visit from a Board or staff member following receipt of the application but prior to the Board meeting. Eligibility Organizations that receive a grant will not be eligible to apply again for 18 months.

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Info for Grantees

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Grantees must be prepared to track and report program outcomes, as well as specific results that demonstrate measurable human impact. An outcome measures report is due at approximately eight months following the payment of the grant.

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