New York State Health Foundation Special Projects Fund
Application: May 7, 2019
The Special Projects Fund supports projects that have the potential to measurably improve the health of vulnerable populations in New York.
The foundation has regular cycle grant funding for the priority areas of building healthy communities, empowering healthcare consumers, and veterans' health. The Special Projects Fund is a flexible program for projects that fit the foundation's mission, but do not fall into one of the funding priorities listed above.
Initiatives must fall outside of the Foundation's priority grant areas of building healthy communities, empowering healthcare consumers, and veterans' health.
Existing nonprofit 501(c)(3) and for-profit organizations with a significant presence in New York are eligible to apply.
Award ceiling: $400,000
Award floor: $50,000
Special Projects Fund awards should be considered one-time, nonrenewable funding opportunities. This program is highly competitive; approximately 5% of proposals will be accepted.
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