The Columbus Regional Health Foundation Grant

From The Columbus Regional Health Foundation

The Foundation's mission is to improve the health of the people in southeastern Indiana by actively raising charitable contributions to support Columbus Regional Hospital healthcare initiatives and to provide financial support and promote advocacy for Healthy Communities and VIMCare Clinic through public awareness, philanthropy, and stewardship.

Grant uses

Overview

We prefer projects that partner with or support the goals of Healthy Communities, VIMCare Clinic, CRH’s Treatment and Support Center, and Columbus Regional Health. 

Current CHNA strategy goal areas:

  • Access to Care (including community-based healthcare services for CRH patients)
  • Substance Use Disorder (treatment, recovery and prevention)
  • Infant Mortality prevention
  • Prevention & management of diseases and disorders

We prefer to support programs and people to deliver the programs or services.

Eligibility

Organization's Location
USA
Program Location
IN (Columbus)
Organization Type
501(c)(3)
Other

We fund capital & equipment requests but only if they result in increased access to direct health services for vulnerable people.

Ineligibility

Fundraising events, even if they are health-related
Projects, services or products of for-profit organizations
Projects of local government departments
Direct gifts to individuals
High school senior projects
not specified

Submission

Contact info
Cheryl Rothbart
(812) 376-5100
Review Criteria

Priority consideration will be given to project requests that meet some or all of the following criteria:

  • Is innovative.
  • Demonstrates collaboration with multiple stakeholders.
  • Demonstrates multiple funding sources.
  • Meets a new, previously unidentified need or offers a new solution to a previously identified need.
  • Meets the need of low-income, medically underserved, or other vulnerable people.