Our Programs

Grant Information.

Our Programs

The Cabrini Foundation has three grantmaking programs. Our programs provide grants to nonprofit organizations serving low-income individuals, families and communities in New York State.

Our Statewide Grants Program is open to the public and focuses on identifying projects that best serve our annual grant priorities (see our 2021 priorities for more information). Please note that the proposals funded under the Statewide Grants Program can provide services throughout the entire state of New York, or selected areas of New York.

Our Regional Grants Program is designed to ensure proportionate regional funding for targeted, mission-aligned projects identified by the Cabrini Foundation. Applications for this program are accepted on an Invitation-Only basis.

Our Special Initiatives Grants Program seeks to fund innovative or impactful projects that help further the mission of the Cabrini Foundation. Applications for this program are accepted on an Invitation-Only basis. The Cabrini Foundation strongly encourages members of the public and organizations to submit ideas regarding initiatives to be funded under the Special Initiatives Grants Program. Instructions related to the process of submitting ideas to the Foundation will be provided soon. Please check back.

Process

  1. Letters of Inquiry
  2. Full Proposals
  3. Grant funds (awarded in Q4 2021)

To listen to an overview of the grants program application instructions click here. You may also download the accompanying presentation slides here. Also, please see here for presentation slides on the importance of social determinants of health.

Eligibility And Terms

What We Fund

What We Do Not Fund

Other Conditions

2021 Grantmaking Priorities

The Cabrini Foundation supports programs that integrate health and human services to address the social determinants of health with the goal of improving health outcomes. In 2021, the Cabrini Foundation is prioritizing healthcare and human services provided to the following populations:

These examples are not meant to be all-inclusive, rather, the Cabrini Foundation encourages innovative and effective approaches that serve the priority populations.