Past Grants

2022

General operating support for work that addresses the effects of social determinants of health for the second of 3 years with approval annually.

To provide door-to-door transportation for non-emergency medical appointments for those in need(particularly for the elderly and the disabled) in order to increase access to health-related services as well as social and shopping opportunities for residents.  Funding is via our Donor-Advised fund... Learn More

Columbia County Sanctuary Movement (CCSM) organizes with immigrants and allies to collectively support, empower, and defend communities.

General operating support for work that addresses the effects of social determinants of health for the second year of three years with approval annually.

Community Action Partnership for Dutchess County was one of twelve organizations that were granted a one-time inflation-based grant in 2022.  More information about these grants can be found

The FCH Prescription Assistance Fund is a program that helps to pay for prescription drugs, premiums for prescription drug insurance, and/or prescription drug co-pays.  This Program will allow up to $350.00 per eligible applicant per month.

Funding for a two-fold project that will: 1) collect anecdotal, firsthand information about pediatric healthcare barriers in the northwest corner of Connecticut, and 2) provide education to the community, school system, and local clinicians about the merits of school-based-health services.

Connecticut Oral Health Initiative (COHI) works to strengthen and safeguard access to quality, affordable, dental health services for all Connecticut residents.

CT Association of School Based Health Centers was one of twelve organizations that were granted a one-time inflation-based grant in 2022.

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