Buhl Health Foundation Opens Grant Process
HERMITAGE, Pa. — Buhl Regional Health Foundation is accepting applications for the fall 2022 grant cycle.
Applicants that meet eligibility requirements can submit a letter of inquiry by June 10 via Buhl Regional Health Foundation’s online grant application, the foundation announced in a news release Monday. The mission of the BRHF is to identify and address the diverse health care needs of the greater Sharon regional area.
The focus of the grant cycle will be on programming directly related to the foundation’s pillars of community collaboration: health education, cancer initiatives, health equity, healthy lifestyles, maternal health, and medical access.
Grant applications that impact those pillars will be given priority, and the foundation encourages collaborative partnerships and programs
All interested 501(c)(3) agencies and public charities with the appropriate Internal Revenue Service designation that share in this mission within the service area are invited to apply.
The foundation’s primary service area includes Clark, Farrell, Greenville, Mercer, Hermitage, Sharon, Sharpsville, Transfer, West Middlesex and Wheatland in Pennsylvania and Brookfield, Hubbard and Masury in Ohio. The secondary service area consists of parts of eastern Ohio, northern/eastern Mercer County and northern Lawrence County.
Only applications submitted through the foundation online grant portal will be considered. More details about service areas and eligibility guidelines are listed on the foundation website. Questions may be directed to [email protected].
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.