Please check our website after June 1, 2018 for details about KHF’s Impact and Capacity Grants Initiative Request for Proposals (RFP) — our unsolicited grant opportunity of up to $25,000 in support of organizations whose missions align with KHF’s strategic focus. This funding opportunity will be open through September 17, 2018.Learn More
Through its fall 2016 cycle of Recognition Grants, the Kansas Health Foundation has provided more than $900,000 in grants to help organizations across the state accomplish 48 projects to help improve the health of Kansans.
Through its spring 2016 cycle of Recognition Grants, the Kansas Health Foundation has provided $1,055,742.77 in grants to help organizations across the state accomplish 53 projects to help improve the health of Kansans.
Through its fall 2015 cycle of Recognition Grants, the Kansas Health Foundation has provided more than $685,000 in grants to help organizations across the state accomplish 36 projects that intend to improve the health and wellness of Kansans.
The Kansas Health Foundation (KHF) is accepting requests for proposals (RFPs) to fund organizations that will improve health outcomes by improving Kansans’ access to clean, safe drinking water.
Five community organizations in Kansas have been awarded grants of $250,000 each through the Community Engagement Initiative to support resident-led efforts to improve health.
The Kansas Health Foundation has provided more than $1.1 million in grants to help organizations across the state accomplish 58 projects that intend to improve the health and wellness of Kansans.
Four rural Kansas communities have recently been awarded a total of $135,000 through the first round of the Kansas Health Foundation’s Kansas Healthy Food Initiative (KHFI).
The Kansas Health Foundation (KHF) has recently awarded more than $1.4 million to 61 Kansas organizations for capacity-building support and health-improvement projects.
The Kansas Health Foundation recently awarded grants totaling nearly $800,000 to eight Kansas organizations focused on providing access to healthy food, increasing physical activity, decreasing tobacco use and improving access to care.
The Kansas Health Foundation has awarded approximately $550,000 to 24 organizations across the state in an effort to build capacity to reduce health disparities through its Impact and Capacity Grants (ICG) Initiative.
Ten organizations from across the state have received grant funding from the Kansas Health Foundation for support in building their capacity to focus on issues related to health disparities.
From voting in local elections to volunteerism and participation in public meetings, a new report examines the strength of civic engagement and civic health in Kansas.
Five organizations from across the state have received grant funding from the Kansas Health Foundation to support efforts related to increasing voter participation during the upcoming election cycle.
A statement by KHF President and CEO Steve Coen regarding the bi-partisan agreement recently reached at the federal level on child nutrition programs.
Through the Improving Public Health Through Access to and Consumption of Water initiative, the Kansas Health Foundation is funding five organizations across the state, selected during a competitive grant application process, to improve health outcomes by improving Kansans’ access to water.
The Kansas Health Consortium received the Presidential Citation for Meritorious Service from SHAPE America.
In continuing its efforts to support healthy living among Kansans, the Kansas Health Foundation has awarded a total of nearly $2 million in grants to 22 organizations working to improve healthy eating, active living and tobacco prevention in the state.
The 2016 Kansas Health Foundation annual report includes information on the organization’s finances, grantmaking and people. We invite you to learn more about KHF.
In 2011, more than 100 outstanding organizations, school districts and communities received Recognition Grants.
While much of the Foundation’s grant making is done in a proactive, strategic manner, the Recognition Grants program gives us an opportunity to work directly with many grassroots organizations doing innovative work to help people throughout Kansas.
Every month, our electronic newsletter, Health Happenings, features a story about a focus area, grant, partnership or program involving the Foundation.