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Washington State Rural Facilities Capital Grants Partnership Fund Cycle Opens October 28


Empire Health Foundation is proud to partner with Premera Blue Cross on the announcement of the Washington State Rural Facilities Capital Grants Partnership Fund. This four-year Fund is intended to support the advancement of quality healthcare in under-resourced communities by making grants to hospitals, outpatient clinics, and other healthcare providers in rural areas of Washington State.

The first grant cycle for this Fund will open on Monday, October 28, and close on Monday, December 2.

Eligible organizations are defined as Critical Access Hospitals, Sole Community Hospitals, Community Health Centers, Tribal Clinics and Hospitals, Rural Health Centers, and Outpatient Clinics in Rural Areas in Washington State. (Rural Areas are defined as areas meeting the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s definition of a non-urban area.)

Eligible projects are defined as short-term capital projects, including the purchase or upgrade of medical or dental equipment and technology, building renovations and restorations, furnishings, and appliances. Grants awarded will be between $25,000 and $100,000.

Click this link to learn more. If you are interested in applying for a grant through this Partnership Fund, please subscribe to the Empire Health Foundation mailing list to receive further information and grant cycle announcements.