To work with others or independently to enhance the present healthcare delivery system of Northeastern and North Central Pennsylvania and to be innovative, creative and collaborative in crafting new ways of improving the health and welfare of the people of Northeastern and North Central Pennsylvania.
Grant Making | AllOne Foundation
High Impact on Access to Quality Health Care Services
In a grant cycle, the Board of Directors of AllOne Foundation specifically identifies an “Impact Area” for which grants are sought and funded. AllOne Foundation only considers grant requests for the Impact Areas identified. For grant funding in 2023, programs in all five impact areas are open for consideration.
Organizations that empower people to overcome behavioral and mental health issues with appropriate and quality services.
Women & Children
Organizations improving access to comprehensive, quality, health care to women and children.
Organizations enhancing the delivery system and minimizing the gaps for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Organizations developing or implementing innovative programs to correct and solve the Opioid Crisis.
Organizations implementing model solutions to address fresh food access and nutrition to combat diseases.
The first step in the application process is submitting a Letter of Interest to AllOne Foundation, and that will determine if proposed programs or projects are invited to submit a full proposal. Organizations can submit multiple letters of interest but only one per impact area.
All Letters of Interest sought in a grant cycle must be focused on programs and projects designed to have a measurable impact on addressing solutions to improving the quality, access and affordability of services in our 13-county region. LOI’s should be succinct summaries of the project/program for which funds are being requested. Notification will be sent by email of approval to submit a full proposal along with other pertinent information.
AllOne Foundation considers grants to programs and projects centered on the
following identified impact areas:
Women & Children
Opioid Crisis Solutions
Strongest Programs Are:
Show measurable results
Achieve highest and long-term impact
Leveraging funding with other supporters
Letters of Interest and Proposals are by invitation only.
For questions or technical support, contact Mary Carroll Donahoe, Program Officer at
570-208-1203 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Applicants must provide proof of tax-exempt designation under Section 501(c)(3), as described in Section 509(a) of the IRS Code.
2. Applicants must serve in one or more of these counties: Bradford, Carbon, Clinton, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Lycoming, Monroe, Pike, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Wayne, and Wyoming.
3. Applicants must employ at least 1 paid staff person.
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