Grants

Partnerships for Health Care

EPHT supports nonprofit organizations that provide valuable services to underinsured and uninsured patients in St. Louis. The Trust awards responsive grants to area nonprofits seeking critical dollars in the following areas.

  • Primary care – pediatric and general medicine
    • Direct Services
    • Health Screenings
    • Immunizations
    • Health Education
  • Access to physician specialists (e.g., orthopedics, cardiology, etc.)
  • Access to other medical professionals such as home health workers, hospice workers, physical therapists, nurses, community health workers and others
  • Routine inpatient and outpatient hospital care
  • Mental health
    • Direct Services
    • Substance abuse including opioid use
  • Dentistry

EPHT does not provide funding for information& referral or social services at this time.

EPHT focuses its grant making on serving those living in poverty, including children, adults, older adults, people whose first language is not English, people with disabilities, and those living in neighborhoods of poverty. EPHT’s priority focus is on organizations and programs working in the City of St. Louis and close-in suburbs; however, if an organization in the six-county Metro region meets all other criteria – falls within the identified areas for funding and serves a high percentage of people living in poverty – the Trustees may consider the grant application.

Recent grantees include:
ALS Association St. Louis Regional Chapter
Asthma & Alllergy Foundaiton – St. Louis
Care and Counseling
Casa de Salud
Center for Hearing & Speech
CHADS Coalition for Mental Health
CHIPS Health and Wellness Center
Deaconess Nurse Ministries
Delta Gamma Center
Easterseals Midwest
Family Forward
Healing Action Network
Health Protection and Education Service
Hope Clinical Care
Independence Center
Kids Vision for Life St. Louis
Kingdom House dba LifeWise STL
Marygrove
Maryville University: Walker Scottish Rite Clinic
Miriam Foundation
NCADA
National Kidney Foundation
Nurses for Newborns
Places for People
Saint Louis Counseling
Saint Louis Crisis Nursery
Saint Louis University
Sister Thea Bowman Catholic School
The Covering House
The Empowerment Network
Vivent Health
Walter’s Walk
Washington University/The SPOT at Jennings High School

EPHT is no longer accepting applications for 2021 funding. Application deadlines and instructions for 2022 will be posted to this site by December 15, 2021.

Administrative services for the Trust are provided by the St. Louis Community Foundation. Please contact the Foundation with any questions.

Elizabeth George
Director of Community Investment
Phone: 314-880-4956
Email: egeorge@stlgives.org

Nikki Martinez 
Community Investment Manager
Phone: 314-880-4961
Email: nmartinez@stlgives.org

Apply for the Grant

EPHT is no longer accepting applications for 2021. Deadlines for 2022 will be posted on this site before December 15, 2021.

St. Louis Community Foundation provides grantmaking and administrative services for the Episcopal Presbyterian Health Trust. For any questions about the Trust or grant inquiries, please contact: Elizabeth George or Nikki Martinez

Episcopal Presbyterian Health Trust

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