CONFLUENCE HEALTH & WVMG COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP GRANT
Application Open: June 1
Application Deadline: July 31
Confluence Health and Wenatchee Valley Medical Group believe in community and support a variety of causes and organizations in Chelan, Douglas, Grant, and Okanogan counties each year. The Community Partnership Fund, managed by the Community Foundation, aims to award up to $500,000 each year in grants that:
- Focus on Health and Wellness, Education, and Arts and Culture.
- Promote education, especially events targeting math and science education.
- Have a significant benefit to the community.
- Drive positive economic impact in our community.
- Applicants must be 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations* (or fiscally sponsored), public agencies, and schools serving Chelan, Douglas, Grant, or Okanogan counties.
- Organizations are limited to one grant proposal for consideration per grant cycle.
- For public schools, applications are limited to one grant proposal per school building and one grant proposal for a district-wide request. Private schools are not eligible.
- Churches and faith based organizations, even for non-religious purposes, are not eligible for this grant program.
Examples of requests that have been declined in the past:
- Wine-centric events
- Beauty pageants
- Individual/personal initiatives
- Large, national organizations that may not have local beneficiaries
The Community Partnership Fund Committee will review and determine awards, which will range between $1,000 – $15,000 and be disbursed in September.
Are you an organization that provides support to the community but you are NOT a 501(c)(3)? If so, Confluence/WVMG has opportunities for small grants, awarded bi-monthly. LEARN MORE
Questions? Contact Claire Oatey, Director of Community Grants, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (509) 663-7716.
Grants from the Community Foundation provide financial support to nonprofit programs across North Central Washington, like the Alatheia Riding Center, which works to improve the lives of people with special needs through equine therapy.