Funding & Grant Requests

Click HERE for a list of grants awarded.

Click HERE for a list of AEDs awarded.

 

Funding Request Form

Click here for the Grant Application.

Click here for the Vetter Family Alzheimer’s Fund Application.

Click here for the CAST Fund/AED Funding Application.

 

Grant Application Process

Saint Michael’s Foundation accepts grant applications six times a year to support programs and services that enhance the quality of health care services for the patients and families served by Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital, Ministry Medical Group, Ministry Dental Center, Ministry Behavioral Health and Ministry Home Care. Capital grants for departments within Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital, Ministry Medical Group, Ministry Dental Center, Ministry Behavioral Health and Ministry Home Care are also considered during these grant cycles.

Each grant application will be reviewed by the Saint Michael’s Foundation Allocations Committee and ratified by the Saint Michael’s Foundation Board of Directors.

 

Grant Eligibility

Any department or program within Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital, Ministry Medical Group, Ministry Dental Center, Ministry Behavioral Health and Ministry Home Care is eligible to apply.

External organizations may also be considered for funding; however, all external organizations must show a direct relationship between their program or service and how it will enhance the health care of the patients and families served by Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital, Ministry Medical Group, Ministry Dental Center, Ministry Behavioral Health and/or Ministry Home Care.

 

Grant Criteria

Funded projects will:

  • Support the Mission of Saint Michael’s Foundation
  • Strengthen and enhance the quality of health care services for the patients and families served by Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital, Ministry Medical Group, Ministry Dental Center, Ministry Behavioral Health and/or Ministry Home Care
  • Use innovative approaches to address health care issues
  • Include meaningful, reasonable, and measurable outcomes
  • Have a long-term impact on the patients and families served by Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital, Ministry Medical Group, Ministry Dental Center, Ministry Behavioral Health and/or Ministry Home Care

Saint Michael’s Foundation does not generally fund:

  • Financial support to individuals
  • Contributions to annual fund drives
  • Contributions to endowment funds
  • Contributions to capital campaigns outside of Ministry Health Care

Types of Grants Funded

Program Grants:

Program grants support new programs or expansion of existing programs that impact the patients and families served by Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital, Ministry Medical Group, Ministry Dental Center, Ministry Behavioral Health and/or Ministry Home Care.

Capital Grants:

Capital grants support the construction, purchase and renovation of facilities and the purchase of equipment for departments within Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital, Ministry Medical Group, Ministry Dental Center, Ministry Behavioral Health and/or Ministry Home Care.

 

Deadline for Applications

Applications are due the first Friday of the following months: January, March, May, July, September and November. Applications can be mailed, hand delivered to the Foundation Office, or emailed to grants@ministryhealth.org.

 

Notification of Approval/Denial

Grants are announced approximately six weeks after the deadline. When final approval is given from Saint Michael’s Foundation Board of Directors, recipients are notified of approval or denial of their grant request. Recipients of grant dollars have one year to utilize the funds, unless other alternative arrangements have been agreed by the grantor and grantee.

For Questions or

To Make a Gift

Saint Michael's Foundation
900 Illinois Avenue
Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481

715.346.5349

E-mail: stmichaelsfoundation
@ministryhealth.org

 

Please see the Donor Card for details about how you can make a difference with a pledge.

Support Stronger Hearts

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Literacy for Little Ones

You can improve the life of a child and foster a love of reading. Click here to support Literacy for Little Ones, a program that encourages parents to read to their newborns by supplying parents with free books. Reading to children creates family bonds and builds strong foundation for literacy and education. Founded in 2009 by Stevens Point 6th grader Rachel Ley, Literacy for Little Ones has delivered books to newborns at Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital and other hospitals in Wisconsin, Minnesota and even Nicaragua. Your gift will encourage snuggles and literacy throughout the world.

 
 
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