Submitting a Letter of Interest (LOI) is required as the first step in the grant application process (due April 30, 2013). The purpose of the LOI is to acquaint the Foundation with the abilities, interests, and plans of the applicant or applicant coalition prior to completion of the entire grant application process.
After reviewing the submitted LOIs, the Foundation invites selected applicants to submit a full grant application. The selected applicants receive additional guidance from the Foundation to complete their application.
Proposals must address one of our priority funding areas to be considered. Project periods up to 24 months may be proposed when appropriate for the scope of the work, and grant awards up to a $50,000 per grant maximum may be requested.
If you have questions about the Matching Assets To Community Health (MATCH) grant process, please feel
free to contact The Wellmark Foundation for further assistance:
Matt McGarvey, Director