Patient Navigator Grants
Maine Cancer Foundation
Grant amount: Up to US $164,000
Anticipated deadline: Aug 18, 2018 2:00pm PDT
Applicant type: Nonprofit Hospital / Clinic College / University
Funding uses: Training / Capacity Building
Location of project: Maine
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Maine Cancer Foundation was started in 1976 by a group of concerned citizens eager to do more for Maine in the fight against cancer. We lead a state-wide effort to promote and support the most promising and effective cancer-fighting programs available to the people of Maine through a combination of grant-based financial support and coalition building.
Maine Cancer Foundation is dedicated to reducing cancer incidence and mortality rates in Maine. 100% of funds raised by the Foundation are used to benefit the people of Maine.
Patient Navigator Grants
Maine Cancer Foundation is currently accepting applications for three-year capacity-building grants to create or expand navigator positions that will identify and eliminate barriers that prevent individuals from getting high quality cancer care in Maine.
Maine Cancer Foundation is accepting proposals for three-year capacity-building grants to create or expand navigator positions that will identify and eliminate barriers that prevent individuals from getting high quality cancer care in Maine.
Proposals should include evidence-based patient navigator programming. However, the Foundation does not require that Patient Navigators have clinical credentials. The Foundation is particularly interested in supporting projects that assist rural and minority populations in Maine.
Areas of Focus
Navigator roles should focus on:
- Cancer prevention, early detection, or treatment
- Efforts that will reduce cancer incidence and mortality rates in Maine
- Reducing barriers to cancer care in Maine
Within the application, the need for the new patient navigator role must be supported by a community needs assessment and describe clear, patient-centered goals.
The award will be structured to provide:
- Year One: Up to $80,000
- Year Two: 70% of year one
- Year Three: 35% of year one
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- The foundation makes grants to organizations with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.
- Funding may be used to support salary, benefits, overhead, and other needs to establish the navigator role.
- Geographic distribution of grants will be considered and multiple grants to the same institution may be limited.
- The Foundation reserves the right to make additional grant awards at the discretion of its board members.
- Organizations that receive such funding are approved by the MCF board and may be reviewed outside of the normal application process.
- A grant recipient’s work must support MCF’s mission.
- The results or benefits of any Foundation supported initiative or program are required to remain in the public domain for the benefit of Maine people.
- What We Will Not Fund
- Organizations that are not a 501(c)3
- Direct support to individuals for cancer prevention, detection or treatment services, equipment or supplies
- More than 15% institutional overhead
- Business investments or loans
- Programs that do not benefit the people of Maine
- Maine Cancer Foundation will not knowingly support projects that discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, sex, national origin, disability, marital status or sexual orientation.
- Funds may not be diverted to benefit any individual.
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