Please Note: The grant information below is for historical information only. Our 2013 application deadline was January 11, 2013. Please visit our website in the fall for information about our 2014 grants.
Need I: Access to Health Insurance Coverage and Health Care Services
- Provide access to health insurance and primary health care services, including specialty care, dental, and mental health for uninsured and underinsured individuals.
Need II: Reduce obesity rates and the onset of complications from chronic conditions
- Reduce obesity and the onset of complications from chronic conditions such as high cholesterol, diabetes, and heart disease through culturally and linguistically appropriate health education
- Encourage increased physical activity, and better nutrition.
Need III: Support social service programs
- Address at-risk youth and workforce development
- Provide basic needs for underserved individuals and families.
To be eligible for a Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center Community Benefit grant, an applicant organization (or fiscal agent), must currently operate as one of the following types of organizations:
- 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt organization with a 509 (a) designation indicating that the organization is not a private foundation
- 501 (c)(19)
- 501 (c)(8) or 501 (c)(10) operating under a lodge system and only if used solely for charitable purposes and serving the general community
- A local, state, or federal government agency, including any of its subdivisions that perform substantial governmental functions
In addition, organizations must:
- Provide direct services to disadvantaged and/or underserved populations that address funding priorities identified in the Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment, and
- Provide services within the geographic boundaries of Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center's service area, which includes the communities of Azusa, Baldwin Park, Covina, Diamond Bar, El Monte, Glendora, Hacienda Heights, Irwindale, Industry, La Puente, Montebello, Pico Rivera, Rosemead, Rowland Heights, San Dimas, San Gabriel, South El Monte, Valinda, Walnut, and West Covina in Southern California
Must be in “Good Standing” by submitting all required documents, progress (if required), and/or final reports in a timely manner for all previous grants. (Refer to previous grant documents to confirm deadlines). Organizations with overdue documents, progress, and/or final reports will be deemed non-responsive and are not eligible to apply.
If you have any questions about Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center's grants program, please contact Gloria R. Bañuelos, Sr. Community Benefit Health Specialist at
Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center Community Benefit will not consider funding requests from international, social or recreational clubs, or for the following:
- Sports teams and tournaments (e.g., golf, tennis, walks, and runs)
- Religious purposes
- Partisan political activities
- Endowments or memorials
Community Benefit grants will not be awarded for activities, events, or programs organized or solely sponsored by alcohol, tobacco, or pharmaceutical companies.
We do not provide grants for academic research, capital campaigns, event sponsorships (including community health fairs), or political campaigns.
All requests for information should be directed to Gloria R. Bañuelos, Sr. Community Benefit Health Specialist at