The Episcopal Health Foundation (EHF) is seeking Letters of Inquiry (LOIs) for its 2022 Grant Program that addresses innovative programs to pilot, transition, and scale approaches that change the way in which positive health outcomes are financially rewarded.
Donor Name: Episcopal Health Foundation
County: Selected Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
- Strengthen Systems of Health: 01/24/2022
- Activate Communities: 05/02/2022
- Build the Foundation For a Healthy Life: 07/11/2022
Funding Cycles / Goals
- Strengthen Systems of Health
- Strengthen Systems of Health by catalyzing health systems to be accessible, equitable and deliver health, not just healthcare
- Activate Communities
- Activate Communities by strengthening organizations and congregations to build health-promoting communities
- Build the Foundation for a Healthy Life
- Build the Foundation For a Healthy Life by investing in early childhood brain development
Use of EHF Funds
EHF funds can be used for technical assistance, planning, demonstration projects, matching funds (as long as the purpose of the match aligns with EHF’s goals and strategies), program evaluation, and general operating. All grants funded by EHF must be implemented within the 57-county service area of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.
All grants funded by EHF must be implemented within the 57-county service area of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.
Basic Eligibility Criteria
- Tax Exempt Status
- EHF makes grants to nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations whose work relates directly to EHF’s vision, goals and strategies.
- To be eligible, an organization must have received an Internal Revenue Service Determination Letter indicating that it is an organization described in Section 501(c)(3) or 170(c) and is not a private foundation within the meaning of Section 509(a) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Code.
- Foundation Service Area
- EHF provides grants to organizations that serve vulnerable populations within the 57-county service area of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.
- Religious Affiliation
- While EHF exists as a supporting organization of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, they do not require an applicant’s affiliation with the Episcopal Church or any other faith community in-order-to be considered for funding.
- EHF is committed to providing an environment free of discrimination where all individuals are treated with respect and dignity, can contribute fully and have equal opportunities. EHF does not support discrimination by their affiliates based on any of the grounds mentioned below. Any acts or practices deemed to be discriminatory are grounds for refusal to partner with potential affiliates or termination of pre-existing relationships.
- Disability (including mental, physical, developmental or learning disabilities)
- Employment status
- Gender (including pregnancy and breastfeeding)
- Gender expression
- Gender identity
- Marital status (including married, single, widowed, divorced, separated or living in a conjugal relationship outside of marriage, whether in a same-sex or opposite-sex relationship)
- National or ethnic origin
- Sexual orientation
- Socioeconomic status
- Association or relationship with a person identified by one of the above grounds.
For more information, visit Episcopal Health Foundation Grant.