To commemorate 25 years of grantmaking, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations are addressing critical health and human service needs in the community through its 25 Years of Service and Impact initiative, including a Request for Proposals (RFP) to support organizations in southeastern Ohio.
The Foundations’ grantmaking aligns with osteopathic medicine and applies a holistic lens to funding investments, recognizing the health and well-being of communities, families and individuals are influenced by a host of conditions, including access to clinical care, social and economic factors, and physical environment. Reflecting this approach, the Foundations will support projects and initiatives through the RFP focused on two of its current funding priorities, healthy food access and behavioral health and substance use disorders, as well as additional strategies to improve health outcomes by addressing other social determinants of health.
Through the 25 Years of Service and Impact Request for Proposals for southeastern Ohio, funding awards of up to $70,000 will be made over a two-year period to selected nonprofit, community-based health and social services organizations serving vulnerable populations in Athens, Hocking, Meigs and/or Vinton counties.
The 25 Years of Service and Impact RFP’s Letter of Intent for Southeastern Ohio submission process has closed as of January 29. Applicant organizations will be notified if they are invited to submit a full proposal on February 20, 2024.