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Grants For Sample and Review

GRANT INFORMATION AND EXAMPLES

 

This page contains grant proposals that have received funding and those that did not. As we know, not every "good idea" receives a favorable response. Regardless, these will be of assistance to you as you consider responding to RFPs. 

 

1.  The grant application below received funding, Healthcare Georgia Foundation, to address suicide prevention. An Evaluation Report is also included. This was sent by Ron King, Executive Director of the Pastoral Institute, Columbus, GA.  These will be of assistance to you. Though corporations are the vehicles for prevention initiatives in this proposal the endeavor is applicable to various contexts including the faith communities.  A resource that was utilized in this program is QPR (Question, Persuade and Refer). Further information regarding this can be found at http://www.qprinstitute.com/.

Columbus Cares - Community Suicide Prevention Through Natural Helpers - Proposal submitted to the Healthcare Georgia Foundation, April 2004 by The Pastoral Institute Clink Link to view the proposal and Columbus Cares the Evaluation Report 2006


2. The two grants below were awarded to Christopher D. O'Rear, Executive Director of Pastoral Counseling Centers of Tennessee, Inc., Nashville, TN

The Baptist Healing Trust awarded Pastoral Counseling Centers of Tennessee, Inc. $49,000 to serve clients who could only afford our lowest adjusted fees (and below). The BHT grant is heavily restricted. 

The Memorial Foundation gave Pastoral Counseling Centers of Tennessee, Inc. $20,000 to serve clients who could not afford our regular fee. The Memorial grant is a general operating grant,

 

3. The seven grant proposals that follow were sent by Dale Kuhn, Executive Director of Care and Counseling of St Louis.

Dana Brown Charitable Trust , $25,000 & Boeing Community Charitable Events $10,000for theBuilding Better Families Program: Families are the basic building blocks of our community.   The request for funding to provide reduced fees for low-income families in need of professional counseling.

Cardinals Care , $3000 proposal to purchase items to establish a play therapy program in our Ferguson and South St. Louis City area locations.

JF Roblee Foundation , $15,000 proposal requesting funding to provide reduced fees for low-income families in need of professional counseling.   This grant would help fund salaries for the licensed counselors that provide services to the parents and children in our program.

Lutheran Foundation , $72,000 proposes to develop educational resources and practical and evaluation models for Children's Mental Health Ministry in local congregations over a two year period. We will then gather key existing resources on children's mental health and ultimately produce a seven-session foundations course on Mental Health Ministry with Children and Families to be available both on line and through trainings in local congregations. We propose to offer the training to local clusters of congregations, and work intensively in the six focus areas to implement children's mental health ministry through clergy, Mental Health Teams and Companions in the dozens of local congregations that already have received the core trainings. The educational, organizational and service components of the project will be evaluated to assist in the further dissemination of Children's Mental Health Ministry resources in a second generation of mental health training collaboratives that are starting to emerge in other parts of the country, based on our work in St. Louis, including Chicago, Seattle and Los Angeles.

Episcopal-Presbyterian Charitable Health and Medical Trust , $25,000 The overall goal of the proposed program is to develop the capacity of pastors and congregations to support families in need of assistance and support with mental illness and addictions and promote wellness, healthy marriages and relationships among all couples and families. Funds will be used to support three St. Louis Mental Health Training Collaborative MHTC functions in the twelve-month period from Jan. 1, 2012 to Dec. 31, 2012. First, and most significantly, the funds will be used to fund the work of the three Cluster Facilitators, and to recruit the involvement of two additional cluster facilitators in the neighborhood clusters that have not yet been developed. Second, a small amount of funding will be used toward office support and printing at the MHTC's host agency, Care and Counseling.

Missouri Foundation for Health , $19,000to engage The Rome Group to assist in the planning and implementation of a capital campaign. The purpose of the campaign is to raise approximately $400,000 for building repair and updates, technology upgrades and the start at building our current declining endowment to the United Way recommended level of 25% of a yearly budget in reserves.

 

 

Grants For Sample and Review

GRANT INFORMATION AND EXAMPLES

 

This page contains grant proposals that have received funding and those that did not. As we know, not every "good idea" receives a favorable response. Regardless, these will be of assistance to you as you consider responding to RFPs. 

 

1.  The grant application below received funding, Healthcare Georgia Foundation, to address suicide prevention. An Evaluation Report is also included. This was sent by Ron King, Executive Director of the Pastoral Institute, Columbus, GA.  These will be of assistance to you. Though corporations are the vehicles for prevention initiatives in this proposal the endeavor is applicable to various contexts including the faith communities.  A resource that was utilized in this program is QPR (Question, Persuade and Refer). Further information regarding this can be found at http://www.qprinstitute.com/.

Columbus Cares - Community Suicide Prevention Through Natural Helpers - Proposal submitted to the Healthcare Georgia Foundation, April 2004 by The Pastoral Institute Clink Link to view the proposal and Columbus Cares the Evaluation Report 2006


2. The two grants below were awarded to Christopher D. O'Rear, Executive Director of Pastoral Counseling Centers of Tennessee, Inc., Nashville, TN

The Baptist Healing Trust awarded Pastoral Counseling Centers of Tennessee, Inc. $49,000 to serve clients who could only afford our lowest adjusted fees (and below). The BHT grant is heavily restricted. 

The Memorial Foundation gave Pastoral Counseling Centers of Tennessee, Inc. $20,000 to serve clients who could not afford our regular fee. The Memorial grant is a general operating grant,

 

3. The seven grant proposals that follow were sent by Dale Kuhn, Executive Director of Care and Counseling of St Louis.

Dana Brown Charitable Trust , $25,000 & Boeing Community Charitable Events $10,000for theBuilding Better Families Program: Families are the basic building blocks of our community.   The request for funding to provide reduced fees for low-income families in need of professional counseling.

Cardinals Care , $3000 proposal to purchase items to establish a play therapy program in our Ferguson and South St. Louis City area locations.

JF Roblee Foundation , $15,000 proposal requesting funding to provide reduced fees for low-income families in need of professional counseling.   This grant would help fund salaries for the licensed counselors that provide services to the parents and children in our program.

Lutheran Foundation , $72,000 proposes to develop educational resources and practical and evaluation models for Children's Mental Health Ministry in local congregations over a two year period. We will then gather key existing resources on children's mental health and ultimately produce a seven-session foundations course on Mental Health Ministry with Children and Families to be available both on line and through trainings in local congregations. We propose to offer the training to local clusters of congregations, and work intensively in the six focus areas to implement children's mental health ministry through clergy, Mental Health Teams and Companions in the dozens of local congregations that already have received the core trainings. The educational, organizational and service components of the project will be evaluated to assist in the further dissemination of Children's Mental Health Ministry resources in a second generation of mental health training collaboratives that are starting to emerge in other parts of the country, based on our work in St. Louis, including Chicago, Seattle and Los Angeles.

Episcopal-Presbyterian Charitable Health and Medical Trust , $25,000 The overall goal of the proposed program is to develop the capacity of pastors and congregations to support families in need of assistance and support with mental illness and addictions and promote wellness, healthy marriages and relationships among all couples and families. Funds will be used to support three St. Louis Mental Health Training Collaborative MHTC functions in the twelve-month period from Jan. 1, 2012 to Dec. 31, 2012. First, and most significantly, the funds will be used to fund the work of the three Cluster Facilitators, and to recruit the involvement of two additional cluster facilitators in the neighborhood clusters that have not yet been developed. Second, a small amount of funding will be used toward office support and printing at the MHTC's host agency, Care and Counseling.

Missouri Foundation for Health , $19,000to engage The Rome Group to assist in the planning and implementation of a capital campaign. The purpose of the campaign is to raise approximately $400,000 for building repair and updates, technology upgrades and the start at building our current declining endowment to the United Way recommended level of 25% of a yearly budget in reserves.

 

 

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