The Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation (HCHF) considers grant requests from community organizations whose goals are consistent with the Foundation’s mission. The primary focus areas of the Foundation are:
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Grant information, policies, and applications for community organizations.
HCHF is interested in initiatives that focus on providing our region with:
Quality Cancer Care
Supportive Care Services
HCHF is interested in funding initiatives that will improve the health and welfare of our community. Community Health is a broad term. Priority will be given to programs and projects that address the top identified health concerns of our community and which will show the greatest promise for successful implementation. Ares include but are not limited to:
Access to Care
Chronic Disease Management and Prevention
Applicants are encouraged to contact Gainor Davis at the Foundation to discuss funding requests before starting the application process: 806-331-6937
1. Review Eligibility, Guidelines and Deadlines
2. Create an Account
- Select one login email address/password to be used for all your submissions.
- Provide the email address of the person ultimately responsible for the grant administration. HCHF will communicate all pertinent information to this email address.
3. Complete the Online Grant Application
- Please follow all instructions on the application. If for any reason, you have trouble downloading or uploading a document – please call our office for instructions.
- Applications that are incomplete on due date may not be considered.
4. HCHF will review your application
- Your grant application will be reviewed by our Grant Committee. The committee’s recommendations will then be reviewed by the Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation’s board of directors.
5. Final Grant Decisions Are Made
- We may contact you by phone or email to let you know the funding decision made by the board of directors. Decisions may take up to three weeks following a board meeting, please see schedule (under guidelines) for details.
Full Guidelines for Community Organizations
- The Foundation will accept grant requests that will benefit the residents and communities of the 26 northernmost counties of the Texas Panhandle.
- Must be a 501(c)(3) organization or governmental entity.
- Individuals are not eligible applicants for community grants. Individuals may apply to CMN, Second Chance Foundation, or to the HCHF Patient Care Fund.