The CaroMont Health Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of the
2018 grant cycle. Community non-profit organizations interested in learning
about the grants process are invited to attend an
information showcase on Thursday, January 18, 2018 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Auditorium on the second floor of CaroMont Regional Medical Center
(2525 Court Drive in Gastonia). The event is open to all non-profit organizations
in Gaston County and the surrounding area. Registration is not required.
The event will highlight current grant recipients and the impact they are
making in the community, as well as provide important details about the
upcoming grant cycle, application process and program deadlines. Current
grant recipients will be available to discuss their programs and share
success stories made possible through grant funding.
In 2017, the CaroMont Health Foundation awarded nearly $680,000 in grants
to 27 community organizations and CaroMont programs whose initiatives
support its mission of improving and enhancing the health and wellness
of Gaston County. The grant funding focus changes periodically in response
to the strategic initiatives of CaroMont Health. This year, funding will
focus on programs aimed at reducing the incidence of chronic illness in
Letters of Intent (LOI) will be provided at the event and must be returned
to the CaroMont Health Foundation’s administrative offices by Wednesday,
January 31. LOIs will be evaluated by the Grants Committee of the CaroMont Health Foundation
Board of Directors and selected applicants will receive an official grant
application in mid-February.
For more information about the 2018 Grant cycle, please visit
http://www.caromonthealth.org/About-Us/CaroMont-Health-Foundation/Community-Grants.aspxor contact the CaroMont Health Foundation at 704.834.4034.