HRH Foundation offers grant funding in 10 county area, Dec 2 deadline
October 29, 2013
In an effort to support health-enhancing, community-based programs, The Holy Rosary Healthcare (HRH) Foundation is currently offering grant funding to qualified applicants within a ten-county region. Credible organizations serving eastern Montana – Carter, Custer, Dawson, Fallon, Garfield, McCone, Powder River, Prairie, Rosebud, and Treasure counties – are eligible to apply.
"Our board is pleased to extend the HRH Foundation mission by investing in projects that enhance the health of the people and communities we serve," noted HRH Foundation Executive Director Jackie Muri, CFRE, CGPA, MSL. "Our prior approach was to take the lead in health-enhancing projects. Now, with the community grant program in place, community-based organizations are invited to present their goals and receive the financial support necessary to advance their work, and impact positive changes in their local communities. To that effect, the Foundation has just announced over $4,000 in first-round awards to projects in Glendive, Rosebud, Forsyth and Miles City."
Grants of up to $2,500.00 will be awarded quarterly, with applications due by end of day, December 2. All grants are funded through the HRH Foundation, stemming from generous donor contributions designated for community-based, health-enhancing projects.
Muri continued, "The community grant program identifies organizations or groups with project goals and unites them with community-conscious donors who generously endorse local projects. Our role in the Foundation is to facilitate that process, enabling organizations and donors alike, to make a meaningful difference locally."
The community outreach efforts of HRH Foundation are mission - and ministry-driven, exemplified by actions that improve the health of local individuals and communities.
For more information or to apply for funding from HRH Foundation, call (406) 233-2604, email email@example.com, or visit www.hrhfoundation.com. Donors interested in supporting the community grant program may also contact the Foundation office.