2022 Innovative Small Grants Program
Deadline: 31 May 2022
The Child Health Foundation (CHF) is now accepting proposals from registered non-governmental organizations (NGOs) for the 2022 Innovative Small Grants Program to improve the health and well-being of new-born infants during their first year of life.
This is a time of high risk for babies, and they believe that local groups may have innovative ideas on improving the health, survival and wellbeing of these vulnerable infants. Proposals for other types of projects will not be considered.
This year, the focus will be directed toward improving the lives of infants during the first year of life or (if appropriate to the specific project) the first few months. Infants are most vulnerable during this early time period and CHF believes that small innovative projects can make a major impact on child health in diverse settings.
- The maximum budget for these projects is $5,000 over a one-year period.
- Successful applications receive $4,000 when the project is scheduled to start and another $1,000 upon receipt of a final report.
- Organizations must be certified, that is, hold registration in the country of origin. And they will ask for a credible reference.
- To save time and money for yourselves and them, please do not include certificates of registration, recommendations, annual reports, or photos until they are requested.
- The projects should be done within one year and should be able to document measurable results.
- The projects may address child health issues in a developing country or in the United States.
- The projects will be reviewed by the Program Committee of the Child Health Foundation.
- Outside reviewers will be used if necessary.
- The number of projects approved depends on the amount of funding available.
For more information, visit https://childhealthfoundation.org/how-to-apply/Tags: Innovative Small Grants, The Child Health Foundation