Beach Cities Health District offers three types of grants: our Grants for Non-Profits, our Micro Enrichment Grants for small, one-time health projects and Emergency and Disaster Relief grants.
Non-Profit Agency Grants:
The District funds programs that provide:
Health education and prevention
Efforts to develop and test new approaches to solving problems within the health field
Safety net programs for vulnerable and underserved populations (e.g., senior and homeless meal program)
"Health" includes both physical and mental health.
To be eligible for consideration, the applicant must meet the following requirements:
The agency must be an incorporated nonprofit organization with a tax-exempt status under California State law and the Internal Revenue Code.
The agency must demonstrate the ability to provide proposed services. Greater consideration will be given to agencies with experience in delivering health-related programs.
An agency does not need to be located within BCHD service area, but it must demonstrate the ability to make services easily accessible to those residing in Hermosa, Manhattan and Redondo Beach.
District funds must only be spent on the residents of Hermosa, Manhattan and Redondo Beach.
Non-Profit Agency Grants open for applications in the late Winter/early Spring of each fiscal year for programs to take place in the following fiscal year. Grants for Fiscal Year 20-21 have already been awarded. Check back for the application window for Fiscal Year 21-22
Micro Enrichment Grants
Beach Cities Health District's Micro Enrichment grants (MEG) provide small, one-time project-based health initiatives up to $5,000 of funding. Individuals or groups requesting MEG must be legal residents of or provide services to residents or employees in the three Beach Cities.
Grant funding must be used to serve the residents or employees of Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach.
The project must impact the health of the community within the scope of the BCHD health priorities, mission and strategic goals.
Funding cannot in any way be related to fundraising activities or sponsorships for charitable events.
Funding cannot be related to the general operating budget of the applicant organization. Funding cannot be replacement funds so that a project’s current funding can be shifted to other programs of the applicant.
Funding cannot be for basic research, defined herein as the pursuit of knowledge without immediate practical program or human application.
The applicant must complete the MEG application form in its entirety for consideration. Incomplete applications will be returned.
The applicant must sign an agreement and submit a final summary report at the completion of the project.
Micro-enrichment grants are awarded twice in the fiscal year with one application window in the fall and one application window in the spring. Check back for the application windows for fiscal year 20-21.
Emergency and Disaster Relief Grants
These Grants provide disaster relief health initiatives with funding that may otherwise not be funded by other means. These Grants may be awarded to non-profit agencies and local jurisdictions (e.g., cities, police departments, fire departments) serving Beach Cities residents based on specific operational and recovery objectives and priorities as determined by the District Operations Center.
Emergency and Disaster Relief Grants funding is intended for one-time projects and not intended to be an ongoing source of funding.
The application window for Emergency and Disaster Relief Grants is currently closed.
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