The Buhl Regional Health Foundation is a health care conversion foundation. 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.
Grant Proposal Process
The Buhl regional Health Foundation uses an online grant system and accepts Letters of Inquiry (LOI) twice per year. The Foundation will review all LOI’s received for that grant cycle and will determine if a program or project is a good potential match to the Foundation’s mission and funding priorities and will invite those to submit a full proposal through the online grant system. The Buhl Regional Health Foundation Board of Directors considers grant proposals for approval at two meetings per year in March and September. Board action occurs after proposals have been reviewed and recommended by the staff and Grants Committee.
- Applicants must be a tax exempt, non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
- Applicants must be within the BRHF’s geographical service area and the original coverage footprint of Sharon Regional Health System.
- The proposed grant request should align with the BRHF’s mission and focus areas.
- Address Mental and Physical Health Needs
- Access to Healthcare
More information on our priorities and areas of focus is on our Grant Priorities page.
Additional information on the grant process, LOI’s , eligibility, and how to submit an application can be found on the Apply for a Grant page.