Travis County Medical Alliance

Grant Application Procedures

 

Please submit one unbound copy of the Application Packet that includes all items listed under Proposal Guidelines below by Friday, August 16, 2019. After a complete packet is received, the Grants Committee will review your request.  Upon recommendation from that committee, the Executive Board will then consider your proposal.  Most grants awarded are $5,000 or less, although that is not strictly the case.  Organizations must be an established non-profit with 501(c)3 status.

 Projects must be health care related (Those which provide and/or support direct patient care are preferred).

 

Note: TCMA has removed the following restrictions:

  1. Funding for compensation is no longer prohibited, as had historically been the case.  Grant applications will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

  2. Funding for organizations outside of Travis County is also no longer prohibited.  This change was made so that our grants align with our mission - working for a healthier Central Texas.

 

 

Please send one completed application packet to:

TCMA

℅ Beth O’Farrell

3902 Petra Path

Austin, TX  78731

 

and email one PDF to:

vp-communityservice@tcmalliance.org

 

 

** Applications are due Friday, August 16, 2019**

 

TCMA Proposal Guidelines

Please number all pages and include the following:

  1. Executive summary: include the mission, history, scope of current activities, and a brief summary that explains the project;

  2. Narrative summary to include: a) Statement of Need- Indicate the problem to be addressed and geographic region to be served; b) Target Population- Describe the target population and how it will benefit from the proposed project, including projected numbers of people to be served; c) Project Activities- Describe project activities and logistics, timetable, and statements as to whether this is a new or ongoing activity.  If the request is to support ongoing activities, describe previous outcomes or indications of success.  If the request is to expand a program, indicate how the proposed expansion compare with previous years.

  3. Proposal project budget: include itemized budget and any other funding sources.

  4. Current operating budget 

  5. Most recent financial audit

  6. List of Board of Directors

 

 

TCMA Grants Timeline:

August 16-October 4: Consideration of proposals by Grants Committee.  May include site visits.

October 8:  Executive Board votes on committee recommendations.  All applicants will be notified of decisions by November 1st.

April 14, 2020:  Grants awarded at TCMA general meeting 

 

 

**Grant recipients are asked to include Alliance support in all appropriate publicity**

The Alliance will be acknowledged in annual report and other community donor lists.

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