GRANT PROGRAMS

Supporting early research and community health related projects

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Grant Programs

Research Grants

Grants of up to $35,000 each for research projects with exciting potential are available. In addition, the hope is that this initial funding and related research will help applicants qualify for larger grants from other organizations in the future.

Community Health, Social Service and Education Grants

Grants of up to $25,000 each for projects addressing important health-related community, social and education issues impacting society are available.  Separate guidelines have been provided below for these grants and these applications are reviewed and evaluated using separate criteria.

Full-time clinicians, faculty members and personnel at these organizations affiliated with New Jersey Health Foundation are eligible to apply during these grant programs:

  • Cooper University Health Care

  • Hackensack Meridian Health

  • Kessler Foundation

  • New Jersey Institute of Technology

  • Princeton University

  • Rowan University

  • Rutgers University

  • Stevens Institute of Technology

  • University Hospital

 

We are now accepting applications to the Research and Community Health, Social Service and Education Grant Programs.

 Click below for details about the Grant Programs:

  1. Policies and Procedures - Research

  2. Policies and Procedures - Community Health, Social Service and Education

  3. FAQs - Research

  4. FAQs - Community Health, Social Service and Education

  5. Sample Letter of Agreement

  6. Application (link active September 12th)

Questions? E-mail researchgrant@njhf.org

Grants must be used to fund only direct program costs. Grants cannot be used to fund overhead, tuition, indirect or investment management fees.