Interested in partnering with Providence Alaska to improve the health of our communities? Consider applying for community partnership funding.

What are community partnerships?

The Mission of Providence urges us to steadfastly serve all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. We cannot do it alone. Providence Alaska partners with Mission-aligned 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations to address identified health needs (poverty, food security, behavioral health, etc.) of the communities in which we serve (Anchorage, Kodiak, Seward, and Valdez). These partnerships align with our Vision of Health for a Better World.

My organization addresses one or more of the health needs identified in my Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). How do I request to partner with Providence?

Eligible organizations interested in partnering with Providence to address identified community health needs should apply using the Grant Portal.

I’m new to your grant portal and/or online grant applications. Can someone help me?

We recently provided a grant portal training to our community partners, where we walked attendees through the application process, step by step. If you are interested in watching a recording of that training, click “Training Recording” below to request access via email.

How often can I apply, and when is my application due?

Requests are accepted and reviewed on an annual basis and typically due September 1 of each year. Requests cannot be accepted after the due date/time, so timely submission is important. Check the Grant Portal for the most up-to-date application due date and time.

What happens after I apply?

Applications will be reviewed by Providence Alaska staff and executive leadership, and funding notifications will be issued prior to calendar year-end.

Thank you for your interest in partnering with Providence to improve the health of Alaskans. If you are seeking additional information or clarification, or you have a question not addressed here, please email or call 907-212-3600.