Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF), a San Diego-based nonprofit organization which works to advance health and wellness for the poor, uninsured and underinsured, children and the homeless in the San Diego and Imperial Counties, today announced the opening of the application period for its 2017 Mission Support Grants (MSGs).
Since 2010, AHF has awarded approximately $1 million of unrestricted funding annually to regional nonprofits through the MSG program.
“AHF developed the Mission Support Grants program to help local organizations accomplish their mission of positively impacting the health of the community ,” said AHF Executive Director Nancy Sasaki. “Year by year, we’ve generated more participation and funded innovative organizations with these grants, making us very excited to see what types of applications we receive for 2017.”
The application period opened October 5th and will close November 4th. All applications received by then will be evaluated, with grantees being chosen by a vote from AHF’s Board of Trustees in February 2017.
“It’s always interesting and encouraging to review the applications and to see the work of those who seek to make our community a healthier, happier place,” said AHF Board Chair Elizabeth Dreicer. “We’re honored to fund organizations whose visions align with our own, and believe this year’s Mission Support Grants will impact our community’s health in remarkable ways.”
Previous winners of a Mission Support Grant from AHF include organizations that are intimately involved in serving the underserved—the poor, working poor, uninsured and underinsured, children and the homeless—in the San Diego and Imperial Counties.
To learn more about this years AHF’s Mission Support Grants, visit http://alliancehealthcarefoundation.org/msg2017.
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About Alliance Healthcare Foundation
Alliance Healthcare Foundation is a San Diego-based nonprofit which works with nonprofit, government and community agencies to advance health and wellness throughout the San Diego and Imperial Counties. AHF works to serve the most vulnerable – poor, uninsured and underinsured, children and the homeless by providing grants, advocacy and education to support its region.
To learn more about Alliance Healthcare Foundations and to view available grants, visit http://alliancehealthcarefoundation.org/grants.