Changes to EPHT Grantmaking in 2023
In keeping with the original purpose of the Trust, EPHT Trustees have identified health priority areas and a geographic footprint to reflect the Trust’s commitment to center access to health care. The Trust defines “centering access” as addressing barriers and providing person-centric medical services across the spectrum of care, from prevention to aftercare. Read more about EPHT’s Funding Guidelines for 2023 grantmaking.
St Louis Community Foundation staff held virtual sessions for nonprofits in December and January regarding EPHT’s funding priorities and the 2023 grant cycle. You can access a recorded session here.
2023 EPHT Grant Cycle
EPHT will award grants in two cycles per year, with decisions announced in the second and fourth quarter. 501(c)3 or fiscally sponsored organizations may submit a Letter of Interest (LOI) through the St. Louis Community Foundation grants portal. Following review of the LOIs, a limited number of organizations will be invited to submit a full application. Please refer to the timeline below for grant cycle dates.
Due to the volume of requests, organizations may submit one LOI per calendar year.
|Activity||Cycle 1 2023||Cycle 2 2023|
|Online LOIs accepted (required)||Jan 30 – Mar 1 (3pm) to be considered Cycle 1||Monday, July 10 to |
Thursday, Aug 17 to be considered Cycle 2
(optional, see below)
|Available Mar 1 – |
|Available Monday, July 17 – Friday, Sep 8|
|Select organizations |
invited to apply
|End of March||Mid September|
|Applications due||May 1||Oct 27|
|Awards Announced||Mid June||Mid December|
**Optional LOI Conversations: You can schedule an optional 20-minute virtual conversation with St Louis Community Foundation staff regarding your proposal. Staff are available for conversations during the LOI period and after it has closed. Please limit to one conversation per organization. Conversations are optional and do not take the place of submitting an LOI online. Schedule a conversation on our Bookings page.
St. Louis Community Foundation provides grantmaking and administrative services for the Episcopal Presbyterian Health Trust. We encourage interested applicants to review this website or contact our team at email@example.com for assistance.