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Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation (GBHCMF) is committed to the ideal of Christian service. GBHCMF exists to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ through the provision of healthcare grants to non-profit healthcare providers.  It is the GBHCMF’s hope that these grants will help lighten the burden of those who offer health care services as well as those who ultimately receive those benefits.

Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation (GBHCMF) is committed to the ideal of Christian service. GBHCMF exists to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ through the provision of healthcare grants to non-profit healthcare providers.  It is the GBHCMF’s hope that these grants will help lighten the burden of those who offer health care services as well as those who ultimately receive those benefits.

Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation iconWho May Apply

Grants are made to 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations. It is preferred that the organization receiving a grant also be located in the state of Georgia.

Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation iconWhen To Apply

Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation accepts grant applications postmarked September 1st through September 15th.

Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation iconHow To Apply

Only organizations that complete an application in strict accordance with these guidelines will be considered for funding.

Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation iconWhat Happens Next

All applicants will be informed in writing of the decision of the Board of Trustees. If the application is approved, the applicant will be contacted to begin the process.

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Invitation To Apply

Dear Prospective Applicant:

To the Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation (GBHCMF), a “healthy community” offers its residents access to a good education, quality medical and spiritual services, a safe environment, and an efficient and trustworthy local government. To accomplish these goals, GBHCMF invests in community organizations that provide or strengthen health care. GBHCMF carefully considers its Mission when investing in community programs and remains committed to the ideal of Christian service to those living in Georgia.

GBHCMF uses this application process to encourage the development of new ideas and to nurture the innovation of the nonprofit organizations in the region. Completed applications also serve to educate the Board of Trustees and staff of GBHCMF about the work of local organizations and are warmly received.

While GBHCMF has been blessed with the stewardship of significant monetary resources, these assets pale in comparison to the abundant needs in local communities. As a result, applications submitted for consideration are subjected to a very competitive process. This is not intended to deter potential applicants but to fully disclose that, more often than not, the number of worthy grant proposals received for each grant cycle exceeds the funding capability of GBHCMF. It should be noted that the aim of the grant funds provided by GBHCMF are directed to “hands-on” direct healthcare providers that are capable of utilizing the funds in the most efficient manner to those that are uninsured or underinsured.

Specific instructions for completing an application are included on the accompanying pages and are provided to encourage your ideas for making the State of Georgia a better place in which to live and work. Each of us plays a role in making Georgia a healthier community. We look forward to receiving your concepts, suggestions, program ideas, and recommendations. Thank you for your interest in the Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation.

Dr. J. Robert White
President and CEO

 

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Invitation To Apply

Dear Prospective Applicant:

To the Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation (GBHCMF), a “healthy community” offers its residents access to a good education, quality medical and spiritual services, a safe environment, and an efficient and trustworthy local government. To accomplish these goals, GBHCMF invests in community organizations that provide or strengthen health care. GBHCMF carefully considers its Mission when investing in community programs and remains committed to the ideal of Christian service to those living in Georgia.

GBHCMF uses this application process to encourage the development of new ideas and to nurture the innovation of the nonprofit organizations in the region. Completed applications also serve to educate the Board of Trustees and staff of GBHCMF about the work of local organizations and are warmly received.

While GBHCMF has been blessed with the stewardship of significant monetary resources, these assets pale in comparison to the abundant needs in local communities. As a result, applications submitted for consideration are subjected to a very competitive process. This is not intended to deter potential applicants but to fully disclose that, more often than not, the number of worthy grant proposals received for each grant cycle exceeds the funding capability of GBHCMF. It should be noted that the aim of the grant funds provided by GBHCMF are directed to “hands-on” direct healthcare providers that are capable of utilizing the funds in the most efficient manner to those that are uninsured or underinsured.

Specific instructions for completing an application are included on the accompanying pages and are provided to encourage your ideas for making the State of Georgia a better place in which to live and work. Each of us plays a role in making Georgia a healthier community. We look forward to receiving your concepts, suggestions, program ideas, and recommendations. Thank you for your interest in the Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation.

Dr. J. Robert White
President and CEO



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