Driving transformative change in health care from birth to the completion of life.
We are committed to advancing patient-focused and family-oriented care for all. Cambia Health Foundation purposefully invests in philanthropy to change the way people experience health care from birth to natural completion of life.
Our Grant Programs
Frequently Asked Questions
Each funding opportunity will have its own application process and timeframe. This information is often communicated in a request for proposal (RFP) document and/or a Call for Applications. All applications are submitted through an online application system. Instructions for submitting applications will be provided for each funding opportunity.
Cambia Health Foundation currently accepts applications from organizations that have received their 501(c)(3) nonprofit and tax-exempt status or 509(a) 1, 2, or 3 (types I, II, or a functionally integrated type III) designation under the Internal Revenue Service Code (IRC); Accredited schools or universities; Units of government and public agencies; federally recognized Indian Tribal Entities.
Cambia Health Foundation partners with organizations that value diversity and work to create an inclusive culture. As a condition of receiving funds, we will ask all organizations to certify they do not discriminate in any aspect of business operations on the basis of age, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, political affiliation, religious belief, and any other status protected by law. We regard a certification of nondiscrimination as one aspect of an organization’s commitment to diversity and creating a culture of inclusion. Beyond adherence to nondiscrimination policies, each organization is on their own journey of learning how best to realize these goals. Cambia Health Foundation is also committed to these practices for our organization. We value learning alongside our grantees and community partners as we consider and make our investments.
No, we currently only fund people and projects in the United States. Our investments in Sojourns and the Sojourns Scholar Leadership Program are focused nationally.
To learn more about our strategic priorities and interests in palliative care and social determinants of health please reach out through our contact form.
Yes, we also fund organizations working on palliative care issues. To learn more about other palliative care funding priorities please visit the Sojourns landing page.
We support models that address health disparities by considering access to housing, healthy food, transportation, and other social determinants of health as part of the care model. Other determinants include integrating prevention-focused physical, behavioral and oral health care services into a seamless experience that reduces costs and improves quality.
Any charitable not-for-profit organization, including federally recognized Indian tribes, in the continental United States are eligible to apply. Currently, we give preference to organizations whose services will be delivered in Idaho, Oregon, Utah and/or Washington.
Our grantees are working to provide people with the ability to actively engage in their health, inspiring and enabling them to live their best lives.