Sky Lakes Medical Center is proud to be a community hospital that gives back. We are very supportive of collaborative approaches to addressing community health issues, and we welcome proposals developed by partnerships and coalitions with clearly articulated strategies. Each applicant may apply for funds up to $5,000 each quarter.
Funding decisions are based on how well proposals align with one of Sky Lakes Medical Center's priorities. Your proposal will need to target and have a meaningful impact on at least one of these priority areas. Multiple connections between priority areas are encouraged.
- Health, wellness, and safety activities and programs
- STEM&M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine)-related education events and programs
- Specific economic development programs that are consistent with the Sky Lakes mission
- CHIP: Suicide Prevention
- CHIP: Physical Well-Being
- CHIP: Oral Health
- CHIP: Infant Mortality
- CHIP: Food Insecurity
- CHIP: Affordable Housing
CHIP refers to the 2019-2021 Community Health Improvement Plan, a long-term, systematic effort to address health issues and concerns, and the factors that influence them. The CHIP is used by healthcare agencies, in collaboration with community partners, to establish priorities and to coordinate activities and resources to improve the health and well-being of community members, and the overall health status of the community. For more information about CHIP, go to www.healthyklamath.org.
Our Community Grants process is for local non-profit (501 (c)(3) organizations) or civic/community organizations from the Sky Lakes Medical Center patient service area, including Klamath Falls and surrounding areas.
Applications are collected quarterly (see deadline below) and reviewed by the Sky Lakes Charitable Giving Committee. Applications are reviewed based on how they best meet the priority areas listed above. Applicants will be notified by the end of the following month regarding their application status. Example: September 30th deadline applicants will be notified by October 30th. (SLMC fiscal year runs October 1st to September 30th.)
- September 30th.
- December 30th.
- March 31st.
- June 30th.
The application link will take you to our online application portal. You will ask a series of eligibility questions and then additional questions will appear. You may save and return to your application during this process until you are ready to submit.
Note: Grant recipients will be required to provide a one-time annual report.
Sky Lakes Medical Center is proud to be a community hospital that gives back. We are very supportive of collaborative approaches to addressing community health issues, and we welcome proposals developed by partnerships and coalitions with clearly articulated strategies. Applications are collected quarterly and reviewed by the Sky Lakes Charitable Giving Committee. Applications are awarded based on how well they target and have meaningful impact on at least one of Sky Lakes Medical Center's priority areas.
Thank you to all the talented organizations that apply each grant cycle. We value the impact you are making on the health and wellness of our community.