The Anna T. Jeanes Foundation, which supports Temple University Hospital - Jeanes Campus, is asking for applications for its 2022 Community Grants Program.
Grants are awarded annually to provide funding for projects that promote the health and wellness of communities in the hospital’s service areas. Criteria include a project’s merit, community impact, and the availability of funds.
“We are pleased to support local organizations whose work improves the health and well-being of our neighbors,” said Elly Reinhardt, chair of the Jeanes Campus Community Advisory Board. “These grants bring Jeanes Campus’s commitment outside of our walls and into the communities we serve.”
Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, September 21, 2021. Funds must be used within one year of receipt.
Nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply, and must provide a copy of their tax exemption letter from the IRS and a completed W-9 form.
Organizations applying for grants must be located within or serve one of the following zip codes: 19012, 19027, 19111, 19115, 19120, 19149, 19152, 19006, 19046, 19095, 19114, 19116, 19124, 19126, 19135, 19136, and 19154. Projects receiving funding must take place within these zip codes.
For additional information about the Temple University Hospital - Jeanes Campus Community Grants Program, or to request an application form, please contact Rosemarie Schlegel at 215-728-2131 or [email protected].
Editor's Note: This release was updated on 9/16/21 to reflect the new deadline extension (previously the deadline was September 15.)