American Medical Association Foundation: Community Health Program
The American Medical Association (AMA) Foundation aims to increase health equity and improve health outcomes among vulnerable populations utilizing evidence-based models of care. The Community Health Program will support programs targeting the prevention and reduction of type 2 diabetes and hypertension. Grants will fund community-based organizations such as free health clinics that provide services to vulnerable and underserved populations.
Amount: Grants of up to $50,000 will be awarded.
- U.S based nonprofit organization with 501(c)3 status
- In operation for over 3 years
- Annual organization operating budget less than $3,000,000
- Provide services in the continental U.S.
Note: Organizations are not allowed to utilize third party foundations and/or fiscal agents to submit applications. Organizations with multiple sites are NOT allowed to submit for an individual site. In addition, the following organizations are not eligible to apply:
- Medical student-led clinics
- Elementary and high schools
- State and Specialty Medical Societies
- Local/City/State Government Entities
- National affiliated organizations (utilizing the same EIN/501(c)3 status)
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