We apologize to those who attempted to apply for Round 3 funding on Dec. 1 and were unable to submit. Due to the launch of a new system and technical issues on our part, some applicants could not complete the application process.
We are committed to ensuring that we receive all eligible proposals; therefore, the application will remain open until Thursday, December 8, at 1 p.m. PST.
For those who received an auto response indicating that your application was successfully submitted, there is no need to resubmit.
For those who started the application but may not have been able to submit it, you may go back into your account to complete and submit your application.
For those who were unable to access the online grants portal, you can access it now to create your account, and complete and submit your application.
If you are unable to submit your application online, you may submit your application using the appropriate Word form, available below.
Thank you for your patience on this matter. Please e-mail us any questions.
Application materials are below.
San Joaquin Valley Health Fund grants up to $20,000 will support networks and organizations located and working in any of the nine counties of Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Tulare. Applications are due by Dec. 8 at 1 p.m. PST.
FOR NEW SJVHF APPLICANTS:
Access the San Joaquin Valley Health Fund application form at https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_5509/?SA=SNA&FID=35017
FOR SJVHF APPLICANTS FUNDED IN ROUND 2:
Access the San Joaquin Valley Health Fund application form at https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_5509/?SA=SNA&FID=35020
If you are unable to submit your application online, please download the appropriate Word application below and e-mail the completed form.
The San Joaquin Valley Health Fund strengthens the capacity of communities and organizations in the San Joaquin Valley to improve health and well-being by advancing programs and policy changes that promote community health and health equity for all.
This briefing paper looks at the Valley’s challenges and opportunities, and why we believe now is an opportune time to invest in its communities and institutions.
Download the briefing paper.
This report provides a review of inequities faced by San Joaquin Valley residents. Sierra Health Foundation commissioned the study, which was conducted by the UC Davis Center for Regional Change, as a resource and to inform our work through The Center.
Download the report.
The San Joaquin Valley Health Fund is managed by The Center with funding from Sierra Health Foundation, The California Endowment, Rosenberg Foundation, The California Wellness Foundation, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Blue Shield of California Foundation, Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, Dignity Health and Tides Foundation.
Victory! The families of Plainview have a community park thanks to the work of SJVHF partner El Quinto Sol de America, community residents, Self-Help Enterprises, Tulare County and many more.
2016 Grant Awards Announced
The Center awarded grants totaling $1,030,437 to 58 nonprofit organizations through the San Joaquin Valley Health Fund.
San Joaquin Valley Health Fund grantee partners joined Sierra Health Foundation, the California Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus, the California Legislative Black Caucus and the California Latino Legislative Caucus at the State Capitol for a policy briefing on Tackling Inequities in the San Joaquin Valley.
Grantee partners met at the Merced Multicultural Arts Center for a discussion on Achieving Civic Engagement in the San Joaquin Valley.
San Joaquin Valley community leaders from 30 nonprofit organizations in eight counties came together in Fresno for their first learning and networking opportunity.