Paso Del Norte Health Foundation: 2020 COVID-19 Recovery, Preparedness, and Transformation

The Paso Del Norte Health Foundation will provide funding to organizations to support recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, prepare for a potential second wave or future crisis, or transform their operations for future success. As the Paso del Norte region begins to emerge from the devastating immediate impacts of COVID-19, the Health Foundation seeks to support nonprofit organizations in their organizational recovery, preparedness, and transformation through grant funding and technical assistance.

Applicants are encouraged to participate in RFP workshops specific to Recovery, Preparedness, and Transformation.

Amount: There is not a predefined sum of funds for any specific activity or round of grants.

Eligibility: Nonprofit agencies [501(c)(3), 509(a)(1), 509(a)(3)], international organizations designated by executive order, or exempt operating foundations; organizations formed outside the U.S., private non-operating foundations, veterans groups under 501(c)(19), fraternal orders under 501(c)(10), trade associations under 501(c)(6), labor unions under 501(c)(5), and social welfare organizations under Section 501(c)(4) within the Paso del Norte region.

Note: The Foundation seeks to avoid funding for: 1) Costs covered by the federal CARES act(s), municipal, county, or other government entities; 2) General support or agency operations; and 3) Replenishing savings/endowments or general lost revenue.

Deadline: November 6, 2020

Note: Letters of interest will be accepted in two rounds (second deadline not yet posted). As needs are dynamic and organizations are learning, applicants may submit one proposal each round. Organizations that might require a different, perhaps accelerated, schedule should contact a Health Foundation Program Officer.

Resource Information
Funder Paso Del Norte Health Foundation
Eligibility Nonprofit Organization
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Sector COVID-19 Emergency Response
Grant Amount Not Provided
Deadline November 6, 2020