Healthcare Georgia Foundation's Grant Programs seek to advance the health of all Georgians through three primary program areas: Direct Services Grant Program, Capacity Building Grant Program, and specific Request for Proposal (RFP) driven work in Health Policy and other initiatives.
To learn more about the Foundation's Grant Program and grantmaking cycles, visit the links below. Click here to view our Grantmaking Guidelines.
Direct Services Grant Program
The Direct Services Grant Program supports existing healthcare services and health promotion programs that assist the Foundation with accomplishing its mission by funding program activities specifically related to the Foundation’s priority area: Addressing Health Disparities.
Capacity Building Grant Program
EmpowerHealth, the Foundation’s new Capacity Building Grant Program, allows Healthcare Georgia Foundation to support health nonprofit organizations and strengthen the way they provide services and collaborate so they are better able to sustain high-quality programs, achieve long-term performance, and obtain better results. This is a two-year pilot program that includes a two phase application, starting with the submission of a Letter of Intent (LOI) and later, a full online application. EmpowerHealth replaces the Foundation’s General Operating Grant Program.
The Foundation recognizes the importance of healthy policy in the context of the current changing landscape of healthcare in the United States and in Georgia. The purpose of this funding opportunity is to support policy and advocacy activities designed to advance health and healthcare access, cost, and quality in Georgia.