As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic continues to transform our national, state and community landscapes, the Kansas Health Foundation feels a heightened sense of its commitment to improve the health of all Kansans. To find out all KHF is doing from a grantmaking perspective during this time, please view our 2020 COVID-19 Response Summary.

For our Grantee Partners:

In reviewing our grants, we have determined that some grantees would benefit from greater flexibility during this challenging time. As such, KHF is taking the following immediate actions:

  • extending all grant terms by six months
  • waiving interim grant reports due in 2020
  • extending final grant reports due in 2020 by six months
  • providing flexibility for some of our project-related grants to change the scope to broader support, and advancing 2020 payments (all grantees will be contacted by program officers)


If at any time you have any questions about your grant, we encourage grantees to reach out to their program officer.

Impact and Capacity Grant (ICG) Initiative┬á – COVID-19

Due to overwhelming response, the Impact and Capacity Grant (ICG) Initiative was closed on April 24. In total, 91 Kansas organizations received funding from this initiative. To see the complete list, please read the official news release.

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