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Community Benefit

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Does your organization have a plan for making a difference in the health of the community? If so, we'd like to hear from you.

The Owensboro Health Community Benefit program provides financial assistance to designated nonprofit organizations, governmental or public entities who are working to address identified community health priorities based on their local community health needs assessments and/or community health improvement plans. Eligible organizations must serve one or more of the following counties: Breckinridge, Butler, Daviess, Grayson, Hancock, Henderson, Hopkins, Muhlenberg, McLean, Ohio, Union and Webster in Kentucky and Perry and Spencer Counties in Indiana.

Apply for a Grant

In order to apply, an organization's activities or project must:

  • Address identified health needs
  • Seek measureable improvement in health status, access to care or use of healthcare resources.

Funds are also available to non-profit entities offering specific programs and activities not directly related to health care, but which address root causes of health problems.

Full Grants

Application Process

Grant application under revision; will be posted upon completion.

2015 Schedule


Information Sessions February 10
9am/11am/1:30pm/3:30pm
Letter of Intent March 13
(end of business day)
Notification of Invitation to Apply March 25
Grant Application Due May 8
(end of business day)
Notification of Awarded Grants June/July
Grant Announcement Mid-to-late August
Funding Disbursement

Mini-Grants (under $1,000)

    Guidelines and Application

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    Mini-grant applications are now being accepted.

    Community Benefit in Action

    See how Green River District Health Department's DC-CAP program is making a difference to people who need prescription assistance.

    Video

    Contact Us

    For additional information, email the Community Benefit staff or call (270) 691-8270.

    How is Owensboro Doing?

    Visit our Community Health Needs Assessment website to see how Owensboro measures up in 100 health categories — and what we can do to improve. Read the data.