Buhl Regional Health Foundation Awards $553,817 in Grants

Buhl Regional Health Foundation Awards $553,817 in Grants

Nine community non-profit agencies were awarded grants totaling $553,817 from the Buhl Regional Health Foundation this fall.

The agencies will use the grants for health-related programs in the Foundation’s service area. Agencies, their programs, and grant awards are:

—Adventures in Training with a Purpose, Specialized Training for Vulnerable Populations: $50,000

— Building Blocks Child Center, Gross Motor Expansion: $22,500

—Children’s Advocacy Center of Lawrence County, Nurse Family Partnership Program: $66,225

—City Rescue Mission, Telemedicine Rooms: $10,000

—Inspiring Minds, Grocery Store Project: $5,000

—SV Catholic School System, KCHS Future Nurses of America Club: $2,500

—UPMC Horizon, Victoria Advanced Birthing Simulator for UPMC Horizon: $97,592

—Valley Shenango Economic Development Corporation, Urban Agriculture Entrepreneurial Innovation Center (UAEIC): $250,000

—West Hill Ministries, Oakland Avenue Location: $50,000

The next grant cycle will open for Letter of Inquiry submission on November 29, 2021.  Visit http://buhlregionalhealthfoundation.org/grant-portal/ for more information.

The Buhl Regional Health Foundation is committed to improving the health and well-being of the neighbors we serve. We support the important work of non-profit agencies who strive to meet the needs of residents impacted by health-related needs in the greater Sharon regional area.   We do this by listening, partnering, and providing resources.