How to Apply
RMHC recently revised the grant strategy to focus on sustainable, replicable projects that include a train-the-trainer component in their pursuit of addressing the most pressing issues relating to children’s health and well being.
RMHC takes a holistic, family-centered approach to helping bridge access to care and is interested in funding and partnering with organizations that have a similar philosophy.
RMHC Grants will be awarded to stable, efficient U.S based organizations operating internationally or domestically with proven outcomes and strong partnerships with key stakeholders. We will consider organizations whose project methodology involves a comprehensive, ethnographic approach to their research, program development, program implementation, and evaluation. We seek to partner with organizations that take an innovative approach to addressing the health needs of the population. RMHC primarily allocates funding to costs associated with the direct implementation of the project. We will evaluate organizations based on their execution of past or current projects by the following outcomes:
- Program Performance
- Community Outreach
- Financial Sustainability
- Management Effectiveness
Additionally, RMHC will consider pilot projects provided that the organization operating them has demonstrated success in these outcome areas.
Ultimately, RMHC would like to do the most good, for the greatest number of children. We are looking to partner with organizations and projects that will have an extensive impact on children, effectively extending our reach in communities around the world.
The next RMHC Global Grant application will go live on July 8, 2013. There will be only one funding cycle next year.