Massachusetts Special Initiatives Grants
Massachusetts Special Initiatives Grants provide funding for activities that expand access to healthcare for low-income and vulnerable people in Massachusetts by:
- Developing innovative programs that expand access to coverage and care
- Advancing knowledge and information about healthcare delivery, coverage, and behavioral health
- Promoting efforts that validate the impact of human services on health status
- Evaluating programs
- Engaging in a variety of other activities that are aligned with the Foundation's strategic priorities to promote access to quality affordable care for low-income and vulnerable residents of the Commonwealth
Eligible applicants are nonprofit organizations in Massachusetts with priority given to organizations that primarily serve low-income and vulnerable people, particularly individuals receiving MassHealth or other subsidized health insurance.
Up to three, $50,000 awards will be made during each grant cycle.
In response to the changing COVID-19 situation, the Foundation will focus the Special Initiatives Program on responding to community needs caused by the virus.
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.