VNA Foundation of Greater North Penn is proud to launch its SPRING 2022 GRANT CYCLE with a due date of MARCH 15, 2022 (11:59 PM). The Spring 2022 grants are for either General Operating Support (max $20,000) or Program Support (max $15,000) for one year. Learn more about either General Operating or Program Support grants here.
Out of consideration for our nonprofit partners, the application process continues to streamlined, with a brief application, an accelerated response period and a report held as a short Zoom conversation. Additionally, those organizations requesting Program Support may use the funding across all programs that serve people in the North Penn region, not just one specific program.
After reviewing the notes below, you can access the Spring 2022 Grant application through our online portal here.
BEFORE APPLYING, PLEASE READ THESE IMPORTANT NOTES RE: ELIGIBILITY:
We welcome applications for our Spring 2022 Grant cycle from the following:
- Organizations that received 1-year grants in Spring 2021 are welcome to reapply for Spring 2022 grants (list of Spring 2021 Grantees here) if they continue their work in the North Penn region;
- Organizations that did NOT receive funding from the VNA Foundation through its Spring 2021 or Fall 2021 grant cycles but are delivering health/human services to underserved people in the North Penn region are also welcome to apply.
Please do NOT apply for a Spring 2022 Grant if your organization is:
- A recipient of a 2-year Spring 2021 grant (list of Spring 2021 Grantees here);
- A recipient of a Fall 2021 Program grant
INCLUSION GRANT STATUS DOES NOT AFFECT SPRING 2022 GRANT ELIGIBILITY
If your organization is applying for, or has received, an Inclusion Grant from our foundation in 2021 or 2022, you may still apply for a Spring 2022 grant if you meet the above criteria. Inclusion Grants are aimed at increasing access to health and human services for people of color, immigrants and refugees, and English Language Learners in the North Penn region. This is a 2-part application process involving a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) followed by an Application. The deadline for Inclusion Grants remains March 1, 2022, and is an entirely separate grant program from our Spring 2022 Grants. Read more here.
We continue to rely on our nonprofit partners to keep us informed about ongoing challenges and opportunities as you serve the needs of the greater North Penn region. If you have any questions about eligibility for, or the process around, the Spring 2022 grants or any other grants we offer, please do not hesitate to contact Diana Doherty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THANK YOU for all you do for our greater North Penn community during this ongoing time of uncertainty! We appreciate you.