Yamhill Community Care Grant Funding
YCCO is releasing three requests for proposals for projects starting in 2020. Please read closely below to determine which track is most appropriate for your project. Applicants may apply for more than one track, or more than one project within a track, but must complete a separate application for each proposal. If you have questions about which track is right for your organization, contact Emily Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-376-7428.
All applicants must be 501(c)3 or public agencies. Multiple agencies may collaborate on a given project or application, but only one agency may apply as the fiscal sponsor.
Grant applications are all due by midnight, November 1st, 2019. All three grant applications may utilize these materials and templates:
Track 1: Community Health Improvement Plan Fund
~$25,000 per grant
- Building referral, tracking, or evaluation infrastructure or systems for non-clinical settings, like peer support, doula services, and school based social programs
- Using technology to create new ways to deliver health care remotely
- Implementing pilot programs that increase access to healthy food, oral health education, physical activity, and social support
Who should apply?
This grant program is based on the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), which is aligned with Public Health’s CHIP and is based on local need. These programs are community-based and target any organization that serves low income populations. Applicants must be a 501(c)3 and be invested in the objectives listed above, or align with the CHIP in some other way.
January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020
Track 2: Early Learning Hub Fund
Up to $73,000 available
$5,000 – $20,000 per grant
- Projects must address one or more of the three Early Learning Hub Objectives:
- The early childhood system is aligned, coordinated, and family-centered
- Children are supported to enter school ready to succeed
- Families are healthy, stable, and attached
- Projects must serve populations 0-8 years old and their families
Who should apply?
Programs that address populations that are historically or systemically underserved and populations that exhibit ethnic, linguistic, economic, academic, or other disparities will be given preference. Programs that serve the West Valley will also be given priority. In the past, this funding has supported Reach Out and Read programs in clinics, childcare provider training, the Imagination Library, and Safe Families.
January 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021, but grant projects may end sooner
Track 3: Community Wellness Fund
Up to $250,000 per grant available
- Evidence-based prevention programs with long-term impact in the following areas:
- Preconception, prenatal, and postpartum programs like home visiting and parent education
- Early childhood programs like Collaborative Problem Solving and Parent-Children Interaction Therapy
- Middle and high school programs like Positive Family Support and Sources of Strength
Who should apply?
This grant program is based on the work of the Community Prevention and Wellness Committee to understand the most innovative ways to finance programs that will prevent future problems, improve long term wellness for the whole community, and change the trajectory of health problems, poverty, and homelessness.Applicants must be a 501(c)3 and align with the projects listed in the RFP or propose a new project that is culturally-specific or adapted to a certain population. Award funding is available for up to three years. Use this funding guidance document to learn more: CPW Funding Guidance.
January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020, with opportunity for up to two additional years of funding