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CareSource Foundation

CareSource Foundation

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Arkansas,Georgia,Indiana,Kentucky,Ohio,West Virginia

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Nonprofit

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Private

The CareSource Foundation funds programs that improve health outcomes and conditions for low-income, underserved populations in the communities where CareSource employees live and work. The Foundation is especially interested in efforts that will foster learning and innovation.The Foundation invests in:Health education, disease management and prevention programs that meaningfully improve physical and mental health for targeted populations.Programs that promote healthy births and enable vulnerable newborns, children and parents to thrive.Transformative programs and partnerships that help revive and rebuild healthy, thriving neighborhoods, reduce health inequities, and create economic opportunity for vulnerable populations.Effective P-20 education programs and initiatives that cultivate and prepare the next generation of professionals, and foster a high-quality, diverse workforce.Additionally, they are engaging in partnerships with local and national community nonprofits that align with our areas of focus.The CareSource Foundation provides two types of grants:Signature Grants are strategic, targeted programs that produce a long-term, large-scale impact conducted over a longer period of time. Depending on the size of the grant request, it may require approval by the CareSource Foundation Board of Trustees. Please allow adequate time between the time you apply and when a decision will be made.Community Grants are responsive grants strategically aligned with the focus areas and have a direct impact on the local needs of the states served. These grants are smaller, awarded year-round by CareSource Foundation committees established in each market.EligibilityTo quality for grant funding, organizations must be tax-exempt under the IRS Code Section 501(c)(3). The foundation prefers to provide funding to an organization once in a 12-month period. This does not preclude you from applying for more than one program during a 12-month period, but receiving multiple grants during the same period is rare.The foundation primarily supports programs within the states CareSource does business. Currently, these states are:ArkansasGeorgiaIndianaKentuckyOhioWest VirginiasGrant applications are accepted throughout the year; no formal s.Signature grant applications are reviewed three times a year, with cutoff months of December, March, and September.Community grant applications are reviewed five times a year, with cutoff months of January, March, May, July, and September. 1/5

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