2017 Application Process

Thank you for your interest in Kaiser Permanente of Georgia's grant-making. The steps below describe the application process.

Step One:

Expressing Interest - Letter of Intent (LOI): Eligible organizations may express their interest in applying for a Kaiser Permanente of Georgia grant by completing and submitting the Letter of Intent during an open grant cycle. For questions during the open grant cycle, please contact gloria.kemp@kp.org.

Step Two:

Submission of Grant Application: After LOI review, those organizations invited to submit a grant application will be notified in writing and provided access to the Kaiser Permanente of Georgia online grant application. Organizations are encouraged to participate in one of two telephone and Webex information sessions. These sessions provide application technical assistance, instructions for submitting the application and supporting documents electronically, and other useful information that will help to enhance a grant proposal. Kaiser Permanente staff may conduct site visits with each grant applicant to provide the grant review committee with more detail about the organization and proposed project.

Step Three:

Grant Review Meeting: The grant review committee will meet to assess each submission, and make funding recommendations. Applicants will be notified in writing of the committee’s decision following the grant review meeting.

Please note: Organizations that do not have a current Kaiser Permanente grant may submit an LOI before the deadline. Organizations with a current Kaiser Permanente grant must have completed their grant period and submitted ALL reports before becoming eligible to submit an LOI. Click here to determine if your organization is eligible.

Q:What is Community Benefit?

Kaiser Permanente of Georgia cares for people – both inside and outside of the exam room. As a non-profit, tax exempt health plan, our idea of health care goes beyond the walls of our medical facilities and into the 33 counties that comprise our Georgia service area.

Community Benefit supports efforts that improve access to care for all – especially the low-income and underserved. We work to benefit the community at-large by addressing issues most affecting residents' health as documented in our Needs Assessment. Community Benefit is more than what we do; it's who we are.