Kaiser Permanente of Georgia makes contributions to nonprofits, schools and government organizations to improve access to health care, inform health policy, and implement programs that promote and improve health. From safety net clinics to community gardens to initiatives that reduce chronic disease, we support health-impacting projects that align with our funding priorities. A committee assesses all proposals, and makes recommendations to fund or not.
To receive support from Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia, Inc., applicants must meet the following criteria:
The General Grant Application is now paperless. All applications and attachments must be submitted electronically during open grant cycles which are posted on the website; paper and email submissions will not be accepted. Eligible organizations will be required to submit a Letter of Intent (LOI). Those whose projects most closely align with the Kaiser Permanente of Georgia Community Benefit priorities will be invited to submit an application.
For more information about our grant-making, please visit, please visit Kaiser Permanente Georgia Community Benefit.
Kaiser Permanente is committed to efforts that reduce health disparities by promoting health, and treating illness. The Community Benefit grants program supports health-improvement initiatives that:
PREVENTION – Our strategies support access to health care, knowledge gain/behavior change, and/or policy change resulting in reduced health disparities from increased nutrition, physical activity, or improved environments or social conditions for underserved populations
Nutrition – Increase access to fruits and vegetables
Physical Activity – Incorporate Regular Exercise
Environment – Improve quality of Life through Natural or Built Environmental Initiatives
School Health – Improve Students’ Health, School Attendance, and Academic Performance
Prevention Services – Increase Health Insurance Coverage or Preventive Care Utilization Among Vulnerable Populations
TREATMENT – Strategies that promote treatment for underserved populations
Increase access to healthcare services for underserved communities
Manage Chronic Disease (Asthma, Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Disease, HIV/AIDS, or Hypertension)
Increase Behavioral Health Care Access
HEALTH PROFESSIONS – Impact the healthcare worker shortage in Georgia, particularly registered nurses, primary care physicians, and pharmacists
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia, Inc. does not fund: