• Prevention
  • Access
  • Collaboration

We are a private, not-for-profit foundation dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the residents of the greater Harlem Valley in New York and the northern Litchfield Hills of Connecticut. To accomplish our mission, we make grants, conduct research, provide technical assistance, and support collaborations and advocacy.


Grace Immigrant Outreach


Grace Latino Outreach (GLO), (known as Grace Immigrant Outreach or GIO since 2018), is honored to be in community service for sixteen consecutive years. GLO was created in 2005... Learn More

Listen to Evelyn Garzetta, Director of Grace Episcopal Church Latino/Immigrant Outreach, talk about Grace Immigrant Outreach and the Foundation for Community Health with Marshall Miles on Robin Hood Radio.


Towns We Serve

Community Map

Our community map highlights the areas we serve with links to town, county and state sites and Census Bureau information.
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Grants Awarded

Search Past Grants

For more information on FCH grantmaking, click here to search our grants by Program Area, County, State and/or Year. 

FCH Launches its Multi-Year General Operating Support Program

 FCH is excited to partner with Columbia County Community Healthcare Consortium, Community Action Partnership for Dutchess County and North East Community Center for its Multi-Year General Operating Support Program. Each organization will receive $100,000 annually from 2021- 2024. Learn more about the Multi-Year General Operating Support Program here.

Of Interest

Apply to FCH's Medical Education Fund

Historically, funds from the FCH Medical Education Fund were used to host FCH’s annual Medical Education Event. These funds are now available to non-profit organizations to support their efforts... Learn More

Northwest CT Learns from the Covid-19 Pandemic - Study

Last fall, NW Cares partnered with experienced researchers to collect information from a diverse group of local agencies and organizations serving Northwest CT about how the... Learn More