HRH Foundation offering community grant funding

  Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation recently announced the availability of grant funding to support health-enhancing, community-based programs in the ten county region. Qualified projects are to be championed by worthy organizations serving one or more communities in Carter, Custer, Dawson, Fallon, Garfield, McCone, Powder River, Prairie, Rosebud, and/or Treasure Counties in eastern Montana.

   “Our board is pleased to extend the Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation mission by investing in projects that enhance the health of the people and communities served,” commented HRH Foundation Board member Ashlee Ketchum. “$60,000 will have been awarded to eastern Montana organizations to enhance the health and wellness of people in our region by the end of this year. This community grant program invites community-based organizations and groups to bring their ideas forward and receive needed financial grant support to advance their work in making a difference to local people and communities.”

   Grants, up to $2,500, are awarded quarterly with applications due in 2016 on Feb. 1, June 1, August 1, and December 1, The grants are funded through the Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation from donors’ gifts designated for community-based, health-enhancing projects.

  HRH Foundation board member Rob Brugger added, “This community grant program brings together donors who want to impact local projects with groups that are making a difference. The Foundation simply helps facilitate that process and make it easy for both donors and groups to make a meaningful difference locally.”

   Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation’s community outreach is mission- and ministry-driven and is targeted at causes that improve the health of local communities and people.

   For more information or to apply for funding from Holy Rosary Healthcare Foundation, call 406-233-4043, email: HRH-Foundation @sclhs.net; or visit:

www.hrhfoundation.com. Donors interested in supporting the community grant program or learning more may also contact the Foundation office.

      



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