HealthComp Foundation Announces Grantmaking Priorities

Posted on July 9, 2021

NEWS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:
Jeanine Gergel
216-621-2901
[email protected]

June 28, 2021

The Board of Directors of the HealthComp Foundation has announced its grantmaking strategy for 2021 and beyond. The strategy includes both proactive and responsive funding priorities to align with the Foundation’s goals of accelerating a healthy community and advancing equity in Northeast Ohio.

Through its responsive grantmaking, the HealthComp Foundation will support efforts and initiatives that increase social and community support as well as programs anchored in equity that utilize community health workers and other peer connectors.

“The Foundation is interested in initiatives and programs that help give people facing challenges the social support they need in the places where they live, work, learn, and play,” says Board Chair Danielle Price. “We are interested in supporting efforts that demonstrate authentic engagement with communities facing the greatest challenges to good health and power-sharing among partnering groups.”

The application for responsive grant funding will open July 30, 2021, and applications will be due September 1, 2021. For more information about the Foundation’s grantmaking interests, eligibility criteria and application guidelines, visit the Foundation’s website.

In addition to advancing its responsive grantmaking priorities, the Foundation will continue to proactively support efforts to promote the community’s ability to understand and assess priority health needs and to convene resources to address them. Grant applications aligned with this priority are by invitation only.

About the HealthComp Foundation: The HealthComp Foundation was established in 2016 utilizing funding from a prior business venture of The Center for Health Affairs’ for-profit affiliate, HealthComp, Inc. The Foundation’s mission is to accelerate a healthy community and advance equity through partnerships and investment. Its vision is to foster a future norm where healthcare collaboration promotes health equity in the Northeast Ohio community.

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