The Chun Foundation is accepting applications for its grant program to provide funds for the medical care of children in Hawaii.
Donor Name: Chun Foundation
Type of Grant: Grant
Size of the Grant: $10,000 – $15,000
The purpose of funding organizations primarily for medical research into the causes and cures of the diseases of children, and secondarily to provide funds for the medical care of such children, particularly the children of Hawaii.
Grant awards generally range between $10,000 – $15,000.
- Only proposals for projects submitted by organizations determined to be tax exempt, publicly supported and charitable by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c) (3) organization, or a unit of government will be reviewed.
- Proposals will be considered for either Research (basic or clinical research); or Medical Care.
- Indirect and/or administrative costs are limited to 5% of the project/program budget.
- All recipient organizations should plan to submit a financial report for the project or program for the period in which grant monies were spent (but no less often than annually) and a brief narrative report describing the process, completion or summary of the funded project or program. Organizations that fail to submit progress reports or a final report may not be considered for additional funding.
- Specific Eligibility Criteria for Medical Care
- Children who are aged 15 and under, born, raised and living in the State of Hawaii.
- Is suffering from a childhood disease
- Is in financial need.
For more information, visit Chun Foundation.