The Kaiser Permanente Southern California Community Benefit grants program works to improve the health of our communities and improve health equity by providing support to nonprofit organizations, government entities, and academic institutions in Kaiser Permanente service areas. Kaiser Permanente Panorama City & Antelope Valley Medical Center Areas provide grants to local organizations whose work is aligned with our key funding priorities and prioritized community health needs in the East San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, and Antelope Valley areas.
We encourage qualified applicants to apply during our grant application period which is open from February 15, 2019 through 2 p.m. on March 15, 2019. Please review the eligibility guidelines, geographic area, and community health needs assessment data carefully to assess the potential fit between your organization’s objectives and Kaiser Permanente Panorama City & Antelope Valley Medical Center Areas’ funding priorities before submitting a proposal.
If your program is not a “fit” with our funding priorities or you do not have a specific nonprofit affiliation, please feel free to pass the link to the application along to organizations that may qualify.
We typically provide 1-year grants between $5,000 – $20,000. We can fund up to $30,000 however larger grant requests require a very strong objective and larger impact to the community. We will likely provide less grants but higher dollar amounts in the years to come. All proposed grant inquiries must be programs and services with a mix of funding/revenue sources to ensure program delivery and sustainability. Panorama City & Antelope Valley Medical Center Areas do not fund start-up or programs solely relying on its funding.
Kaiser Permanente has an unwavering commitment to equal access and opportunity for all. Organizations applying for funding should be prepared to demonstrate that they do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, handicap, disability, medical condition or veteran status, either in their employment or their service policies and practices.
To learn more about our funding priorities, eligibility, funding timeline, etc please visit our website at: