California Advancing Wellness Grant Program
This program is not currently accepting letters of
interest (LOIs) for the Community Well-being portfolio.
The LOI process is expected to reopen January 1, 2024.
California Wellness Foundation
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
The California Wellness Foundation supports nonprofit
organizations in California working in the areas of:
- Equity in access - Projects to increase healthcare
coverage and access for all, regardless of immigration
status. Supports access to sexual and reproductive health
services for women, with particular focus on Black women
and other women of color
- Community well-being - Projects working to foster
healthy environments, violence prevention, and resilience
in communities of color
- Economic security and dignity - Advancing the
economic well-being of low-income communities and
communities of color through job creation, education,
training, and access to safety net supports
- Leading for power and change - Working toward
systemic and progressive change to improve community
outcomes, racial equity, and health by supporting
nonprofit organizations and community leadership
Grantmaking focuses on the health needs of traditionally
underserved populations, including low-income
individuals, people of color, youth, immigrants, and
residents of rural areas.
Eligible applicants are nonprofit public agencies,
religious organizations, and tribal governments.
Applicants must have Section 501(c)(3) status and be
classified as a public charity.
Follow the instructions on the Apply
for a Grant page.
Selected applicants that submit an online letter of
intent will be invited to submit a full proposal.
Abuse and violence · Access · Benefit enrollment and application · Children and youth · Community and economic development · Educational attainment · Elderly population · Employment and unemployment · Environmental health · Health disparities · Health reform · Healthcare needs and services · Income support and assistance · Leadership · Oral health · Policy · Primary care · Public health · Self-sufficiency · Sexual and reproductive health · Social determinants of health · Sustainability of programs · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Women · California
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application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided
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