Georgia EmpowerHealth Capacity Grants
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Healthcare Georgia Foundation
Letter of Intent
Mar 2, 2022
Jun 17, 2022
EmpowerHealth Capacity Grants provide funding for
organizations in Georgia to help build sustainability and
enhance the ability to fulfill the organizations' mission
and purpose. The program has an emphasis on health equity
and best practices for organizational capacity building.
Overall program goals include:
- Health nonprofits have a better understanding of
their capacity strengths and challenges
- Grantees have an improved understanding of the
elements of capacity and how to improve their capacity in
- Health nonprofit leaders report improved
- Increase opportunities for peer learning through
webinars and workshops to develop a learning community
among grantees and strengthen grantee partnerships
Capacity building services will include, but are not
- Board/staff development
- Staff assessment and review policies
- Diversity, equity, and inclusion training for
- Strategic planning
- Evaluation/data tracking and reporting
- Succession planning
- Fundraising plan development
- Technology skill development
- Marketing and communications
- Volunteer management/staff retention
Eligible organizations include nonprofit and
quasi-governmental organizations located in Georgia that
target populations that have been traditionally
marginalized, including low-income, minority, rural,
and/or underserved individuals.
Amount of funding
Award ceiling: $50,000
Project period: 24 months
Estimated number of awards: 8
A link to the
application instructions is available on the
The application process has 2 phases.
Phase I (February – May 2022):
- Submit an online
letter of intent (LOI) by March 2, 2022.
- Attend the virtual Targeted Core Capacity
Assessment Tool (CCAT) Orientation Capacity Building
- Complete the online CCAT.
- Participate in an individual coaching call.
Phase II (May - September 2022):
Submit a full online application based on the needs
identified in the CCAT by June 17, 2022.
Capital funding · Evaluation methods and resources · Fundraising · Grant writing · Health disparities · Health workforce education and training · Healthcare business and finance · Needs assessment methods and resources · Networking and collaboration · Planning and strategy methods and resources · Sustainability of programs · Georgia
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