The purpose of the Alabama Nurses Foundation Community Grants is to help Alabama nurses working in the community settings to contribute to the health and welfare of the Alabama Citizens.Grant recipients are encouraged to participate in community-based projects that can impact a positive change in a current health issue.
APPLICATION DEADLINE & AWARD
The Alabama Nurses Foundation will award the Community Grants on an ongoing basis throughout the year. Up to six (6) different grants will be awarded each fiscal year, including:
- Up to four (4) grants designated for community projects outside an academia setting
- Up to two (2) grants awarded to faculty/student community projects associated with nursing school community projects.
Each Community Grant is awarded or $500. Funds may not be used for influencing legislation or to lobby government officials.
Must address a current Alabama health issue.
At least one grantee must be a current ASNA member.
Preferable to leverage resources with other community organizations and/or other 501c3 agencies.
Funds may not be earmarked to complete academic work.
Priority will be given for projects that support the ASNA Strategic Plan and/or resolutions adopted by the ASNA House of Delegates.
The project may be based in either a nurse’s work or volunteer setting.
For more information, contact:
April Bishop, MPA, BS, ASIT
Programs & Structural Unit Coordinator, ASNA
360 North Hull St.
Montgomery, AL 36104