In collaboration with MedStar Health hospitals and institutes, the Grant Development Team actively partners with federal, state, local government, corporate, and private foundations to identify and pursue strategic grant funding opportunities.
Many of our grant partnerships target the needs of low income, minority, and underserved populations, the elderly and at-risk youth, and focus on advancing the health of the communities we serve.
As a system-wide resource within the Office of Philanthropy, the grants team works with clinicians, researchers, administrators, and senior leadership in identifying, developing, and writing competitive grant proposals that further the mission and strategic priorities of MedStar Health.
The Grant Development Team is comprised of seasoned professionals with over 50 years of combined experience in conceptualization, submission, and award management.
In collaboration with grant seekers, we help to:
Facilitate an understanding of the grant development process
Identify potential funding sources
Ensure compliance with grant application requirements
Foster and coordinate relationships with internal and external partners
Provide technical assistance in the preparation, writing and submission of high-quality grant proposals
The level of assistance provided is tailored to individual needs. Please contact us to discuss your vision and ideas related to grants, or any questions that you may have via email at email@example.com
D.C. Safe Babies Safe Moms Initiative
The A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation made an incredibly generous philanthropic investment to create the D.C. Safe Babies Safe Moms Initiative at MedStar Health. This milestone partnership brings together nationally recognized experts and care in the fields of women’s health, family medicine, behavioral health, and pediatrics at both MedStar Washington Hospital Center and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. This collaborative vision is fulfilling an essential need to improve maternal and infant health outcomes.
Watch how the impact of this transformational philanthropic partnership will continue to support moms and babies for generations to come.
We are working to raise additional philanthropic support for this initiative and invite you to learn more about the D.C. Safe Babies Safe Moms. If you’re interested in supporting this initiative, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
MedStar Health House Call Program and the Center for Successful Aging
MedStar Health House Call Program: The core element of the MedStar Health House Call Program is the ability to offer a single, comprehensive source of home-based medical and social services for patients and their families. The team-based model of geriatricians, nurse practitioners, and social workers address each patient’s medical and social needs, allowing these elders to remain where they reside. With the support of philanthropy, the care team coordinates primary, specialty, urgent and acute medical care, delivery of medications and equipment, home nursing, mental health, rehabilitation, and hospice care.
Center for Successful Aging: As a leading program in geriatric care in the Baltimore area, The Center for Successful Aging (CSA) is committed to serving frail older adults who suffer from age-related complications and challenges with cognitive, functional, and psychosocial determinants of health. This coordinated care follows the patient through transitions from home, hospital, and other needed facilities, so caregivers can feel assured that all of a patient’s needs are being met.
The combined efforts of our philanthropic partners have fostered tremendous support for our MedStar Health House Call Program and the Center for Successful Aging. We are grateful to the following philanthropic grant partners who have graciously joined us in our important mission to serve the region’s most frail elders.
- Agua Fund
- P. Bruce and Virginia C. Benson Foundation
- Bessemer Trust
- The Walter A. Bloedorn Foundation
- The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
- Clark-Winchcole Foundation
- Deerbrook Charitable Trust
- The Edes Home Foundation
- John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation
- Hoffberger Foundation
- Home Centered Care Institute
- The New York Community Trust
- Prince Charitable Trust
- Paul and Margaret Renoff Family Foundation
- Edward N. & Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation
- Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation