KENDRICK FOUNDATION GRANTS

2022-23 Competitive Grant Cycle Closed

The Kendrick Foundation exists to financially support initiatives that improve the health of Morgan County residents. According to the 2022 County Health Rankings & Roadmaps,  Morgan County  ranks 41st out of 92 counties in Indiana for health outcomes – 19% of adults report poor or fair health and, on average, 5.1 poor mental health days and 4.3 poor physical health days in the past 30 days. Additionally, 16% report frequent mental distress and 13% report frequent physical distress. Morgan County ranks 30th in the state for health factors – 21% of Morgan County adults smoke, 18% drink excessively, 36% are obese, and 32% are physically inactive. Morgan County has higher rates of drug overdose deaths and deaths by suicide than the state. Many Morgan County residents also lack adequate access to mental health providers and primary care physicians.

Consistent with our vision of serving as the premier catalyst for identifying and promoting the healthcare needs of Morgan County, using these and other data, the Kendrick Foundation is seeking to partner with strong community organizations implementing scientifically supported and some evidence strategies as outlined in the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps What Works for Health to address three focus areas:

Mental Health
Substance Abuse
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Physical Activity and Nutrition

Click HERE to learn more about the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps and HERE to see what’s new in 2022!

Timeline for 2022-23 Competitive Grant Cycle

Friday, April 1 – Letter of intent opens at 9 a.m. (EDT)

Friday, April 29 – Letter of intent closes at 4 p.m. (EDT)

Monday, June 20 – Invitations to select organizations to submit full proposals by 4 p.m. (EDT)

Friday, July 29 – Full proposals due by 4 p.m. (EDT)

Friday, September 30 – Notice of award via email and grant agreement by 4 p.m. (EDT)

Friday, October 14 – Signed grant agreement returned to Kendrick Foundation by 4 p.m. (EDT)

The 2022-23 competitive grant cycle is closed. Click HERE to review the 2022-23 competitive grant cycle guidance. This is for informational purposes only and may not apply to future funding opportunities.

During 2021-22, the Kendrick Foundation awarded nearly $1 million in funding to 10 non-profit organizations to address its focus areas through a special school-based mental health initiative and competitive grant cycle.

For questions regarding Kendrick Foundation funding opportunities, please contact kwright@kendrickfoundation.org.