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Gerber Foundation Pediatric Research Grants Program
Awards and time periods vary depending upon the specific project. Research projects may be no longer than 3 years in length. Total grant size should be no more than roughly $300,000.
The Foundation may receive grant proposals from unsolicited sources as well as from organizations with which we have been in contact. However, our preference is for an initial concept paper with subsequent communication between the grant applicant and Program staff as the grant proposal is being developed. Applicants are encouraged to contact the Foundation at any point in the process to discuss their project.
Concept papers are due June 1 and December 1 of each year. If these dates fall on a weekend, the papers are due the next business day. Determination of interest in receiving a full proposal is generally made within three weeks.
The Gerber Foundation
4747 West 48th Street, Suite 153
Fremont, MI 49412-8119
FAX (231) 924-7906
Request for Proposals: Cardinal Health Foundation 2014 E3 Grant Program
Proposals are due on December 6, 2013.
Cardinal Health develops and supports programs that help healthcare providers implement best practices that can truly transform patient care. Over the past six years, the Cardinal Health Foundation has invested more than $6.15 million, in a wide variety of programs, to improve healthcare efficiency, cost-effectiveness and quality.
Again this year, the Cardinal Health Foundation is seeking proposals from healthcare institutions that will impact the efficiency and quality of care. Grants between $7,500 and $35,000 will be awarded to approximately 25 organizations in 2014.
Focus areas include:
• Medication safety across transitions of care from the acute setting to the community/home.
• Operating room efficiency. Testing the AORN protocol to assess risk and implement changes to reduce pressure ulcers in the operating room.
• Implementing protocols to improve infant outcomes for babies born addicted to opiates using a protocol developed by Ohio children's hospitals.