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Grants

Community Giving

Grants

Caring Community Grants

Each year, SHD provides grants through our competitive Caring Community Grants program, ranging from $10,000 to 100,000 to local non-profits that offer health services to District residents. For the 2019-20 grant cycle, 54 grants totaling $2.6 million were awarded to community agencies. SHD has set aside $3 million for the 2020-21 grants cycle. For more information on how to apply, please click below on the 2020-21 CC Grant Info. 

SHD Board of Directors approves Priority Funding Areas based on current and projected community health needs and variable funding resources. A Grants Review Committee consisting of local leaders knowledgeable in areas of community health read all applications and make recommendations for funding. Grantees are required to make mid-year and end-of year reports detailing how they used funds to positively impact the health of District residents. 

Healthy Schools Initiative Grants

SHD provides one-year competitive grants to community-based organizations to support health programs in local school districts. Our Healthy Schools Initiative grants provides funding for programs that address a wide range of important health areas. These health areas include: social emotional support services, preventive education/health screening, physical education/activity, and nutrition education.

School-based Grants

For the 2019-20 school year, SHD awarded 22 grants totaling $520,000 to agencies to work in approximately 50 schools in the 8 local school districts. For information on how to apply for the 2020-21 grant cycle, click below on the 2020-21 HSI Grant Info.

Mini Grants

The Mini Grants are awarded on a rolling basis to fund students and/or teachers with student-centered health and wellness projects that can be implemented in the class-room or school wide. We are always looking for new innovative programs to fund! 

FAQ

Contact

For assistance with grant information and applications please contact Jenny Bratton, Manager of Grants and Programs at (650) 421-2155 x 207 or jbratton@seqhd.org.