Applications are being accepted for grants from The Harrington Value Institute Community Partnership Fund until Dec. 1.
The Community Partnership Fund was established in 2015 to foster partnerships between Christina Care, Christiana Care’s Value Institute and the community. The purpose of the fund is to support research and program development in the areas of population health to address community needs, such as providing care for the disadvantaged or underserved and reducing disparities in health.
The fund supports projects addressing the social determinants of health and clinical outcomes. The average project costs are expected to be $100,000 for one year and can be considered for renewal for up to two years based on progress, merit and available funds.
Applications are encouraged from Christiana Care employees or community-based organizations that partner with Christiana Care employees or physicians.
Learn more at http://healthcare.christianacare.org/harringtoncommunitypartnershipfund.