Foundation / Corporation
Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
04/18/19 5:00 PM
Grants to North Carolina nonprofit organizations and government entities for programs that educate the public concerning health system reform and the transition to value-based care especially in low-income communities. Applicants are required to schedule a call to the Program Coordinator prior to submitting a full application.
The Trust is interested in hearing from applicants that can help educate and inform concerned residents, community-based organizations, safety net providers, and other key stakeholders about Medicaid reform and the transition to value-based care. This public education work could include large convenings, regional forums, or community conversations. The Trust wants to ensure that local groups, including nonprofits, safety net providers, and marginalized populations, have a better understanding of how they can engage with the health system and value-based care collaboratives to collectively improve the community conditions that contribute to poor health. The Trust may fund several organizations to reach target populations or geographic areas.
As value-based care is implemented, the Trust wants to ensure that populations traditionally suffering the worst health outcomes, especially minorities and people with low-incomes, are directly engaged in reform efforts and have an equitable opportunity to enjoy improved health and well-being.
GrantWatch ID#: 185575
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
128 Reynolda Village
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
1-800-485-9080 (toll free)
USA: North Carolina