MUSCATINE, Iowa– The Muscatine Health Support Fund has opened their latest granting cycle. Applicants must apply by Nov. 6 and approved grants will receive funds in December.
This grant cycle focuses on qualified charitable organizations working to improve mental health and substance abuse, areas identified as the two community health focus areas through the Muscatine County Health Improvement Plan.
Grants may go to qualified charitable organizations, schools, or units of government located in or significantly serving Muscatine County.
The Muscatine Health Support Fund’s works to encourage, assist, establish, maintain, and develop in and for the City of Muscatine, Iowa, and the surrounding area, projects to improve the community’s health and aid the growth and development of the health care system for the community. “During its history, the Muscatine Health Support Foundation Fund has been a critical component of ensuring our community health needs are addressed,” stated Executive Director of the Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine Charla Schafer. “Since 1985, nearly $6 million dollars has been granted from these funds to charitable organizations and programs providing health care services throughout
our community. The vision of the founders and strategic support of the dollars has made a lasting, enriching impact on our health, health care delivery and community.”
To apply for the grant please visit the Community Foundation’s Website.