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Community Health Funding Report

Funding News

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Florida Foundation Awards $20,000 for Outdoor Fitness Program

The Miami Foundation awards the Opa-locka Community Development Corporation a $20,000 grant through its 2015 Community Grants Program.

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Meyer Trust Includes Health Funding

The Meyer Memorial Trust announces its summer grants, making 109 grants totaling more than $4.3 million. The foundation focuses is support on Oregon and Southwest Washington

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Deadline Extended for Rural Child Poverty Telehealth Funds

Run by the Health Resources and Services Administration, the program will award three grants of roughly $325,000 to rural or urban nonprofit entities that will provide services through a telehealth network.

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DC, MD Health Grants Awarded

The Quality Health Foundation awards more than $400,000 to health-related nonprofits in Maryland and Washington, DC.

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New Tax Credits Can Help with CHC Funding

The Community Development Financial Institutions Fund announces awardees for the latest round of New Markets Tax Credit allocations. More than $3.5 billion will go to help imporve low-income communities' economies and revitalization efforts. A number of those awarded allocations for example, the Community Health Center Fund can use funding to help CHCs with renovation and expansion projects.

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Kresge Foundation to Take a Break This Summer

The Kresge Foundation announces plans to implement new grants management system this summer. As part of the effort, it will not be accepting applications and documents from July 11 to July 28.

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Large Foundation Update

Foundations such as Ford and Robert Wood Johnson often devote much their funding to major initiatives and nationwide projects. Yet, both also award hundreds of grants to local and regional projects.

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Additional CHC Access Point Funding Seen Possible

The National Association of Community Health Centers thinks there may be a chance for an additional round of funding for New Access Point grants for CHCs. NACHC indicated that more than 300 qualified applications were submitted for support but remain unfunded.

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Birth Defect Grants in the Works

The Centers for Disease Control will open competition by the end of the month for state and tribal grants under the Population-Based Surveillance of Birth Defects and Data Utilization for Public Health Action.

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NIH Offering Grants for HIV Data Research

The National Institutes of Health will award funds to help study ways to use data -- both in terms of data collection and analysis of information -- in order to better understand HIV transmission, as well as how HIV care can be delivered in the most effective fashion.

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