The Capacity Building Initiative provides support to health-focused nonprofit organizations for organizational improvement projects. It currently is accepting applications. You can view the Request for Proposal here.
The Capacity Building Initiative uses a one-stage application process that consists of submitting a full application. An applicant does not need to submit a Letter of Inquiry. A potential applicant should review the Criteria to ensure that your organization meets the Pallottine Foundation of Huntington’s basic eligibility requirements. Additionally, you should review the Capacity Building Focus Area to ensure your proposed project is appropriately aligned. Organizations that received funding through the Foundation’s 2019-2020 Capacity Building Initiative are eligible to apply again for 2020 – 2021 Capacity Building Initiative funding.
The Foundation has budgeted $300,000 for the current Capacity Building Initiative application cycle. Individual awards will range from $2,500 to $25,000. Key dates for the application cycle are:
|Request for Proposal Issued||March 1, 2020|
|Application Submission Deadline||April 8, 2020|
|Award Notification and Contract Issuance||June 1, 2020|
The technical assistance webinar is available here.
Grant Application Guidelines
All Capacity Building Initiative grant applications must be submitted through the Foundation’s grant management system. An application submitted through any other format will not be accepted. To begin the process, click here to establish an Organization Account or login into your existing account. For questions about using the grant management system, applicants should contact Janet Spry, Operations Manager, at 304-397-5955 ext. 102 or email@example.com.
The following information will be requested on the grant application:
Grant Application Information:
- Organization’s full name, address, phone number, and email address.
- Contact name, address, phone number, and email address.
- Brief description of the organization’s purpose and mission.
- Organization’s tax-exempt status verification.
- Brief summary of the organization’s accomplishments and ability to address the identified needs for which the proposed project will be implemented.
- Description of the problem or needs the project will address.
- Desired goals and outcomes for the project and how those outcomes will be measured.
- Timeline for achieving the project goals and outcomes.
- Compatibility of the proposed project with the PFH’s Mission and Vision for funding.
Grant Funding Request, Financial Information, and Other Supporting Data:
- Total cost of project.
- Projected amount of funding request with project budget.
- Current year financial statements.
- Audit reports as available.
The Foundation Board and staff will review the application for project approval and funding level and notify each applicant of the decision.