Winning Grants for Community Impact

Our Successes

Innovative Funding Partners’ extensive history and focus on results positions us to understand our client’s needs and develop strategies that exceed expectations. Below is just a sampling of IFP’s recent grant successes:

Arkansas Center for Data Sciences: $2 million from the Department of Labor for workforce development

Blue Ridge Community Health Center: $100,000 from HRSA for the Rural Health Network Development Planning Grant

Care New England/Brown University: $5 million from NIH to support the Women and Infants Hospital

Cheshire Medical Center: $900,000 from HRSA Rural Network Development Grant

Cheshire Medical Center: $1.8 million over 5 years for CDC Partnerships to Improve Community Health

City of Syracuse: $600,000 from the CDC for Community Health Workers for Public Health Response and Resiliency

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST): $25 million from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Robotics Outreach Competition

Geisinger Health System/Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine: $3.5 million over 5 years from HRSA's Center of Excellence program to produce a workforce that is racially and ethnically diverse

MedStar/Benton Technologies: $900,000 award for Phase I and Phase II SBIR grants

Minnesota State Community and Technical College: $125,000 to Otto Bremer Foundation for Health Professional Pathways

Mountain Area Health Education Center: $4 million from SAMHSA Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Expansion Grant

Rutherford County: $900,000 from the North Carolina CDBG-Coronavirus grant program

Schenectady County: $600,000 from the CDC for Community Health Workers for Public Health Response and Resiliency

SPARC Foundation: $2 million from the SAMHSA NCTSI-II grant program for Family Centered Treatment Recovery efforts in Western North Carolina

United Medical Center, D.C.: $210,000 from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for Clinical Scholars Program