January 2, 2007 > Kaiser Permanente seeks grant applications
Kaiser Permanente seeks grant applications
Kaiser Permanente is now soliciting and accepting applications for its 2007 Community Benefit Grants Program in southern Alameda County. Community organizations, public health entities and public schools are encouraged to apply for these health grants.
Each year, Kaiser Permanente provides funds to the local community to help improve the health of its members and the community it serves. In 2006, the Community Benefit program awarded $368,000 to a variety of southern Alameda County organizations.
Applications will be considered from southern Alameda County organizations meeting one or more funding priority criteria. The 2007 funding priorities are: reduce rates of obesity and overweight in children and adults; improve prevention and management of diabetes; improve prevention and management of coronary heart disease; improve management of childhood asthma; and reduce pregnancy among15 to 19-year olds.
Grants range from $2,500 to $15,000.
Application deadline is Friday, January 19 at 4 p.m.
For more information or to request a grant application, please contact Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Program of southern Alameda County at (510) 618-4018 or (510) 618-5804.