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Our mission:  K21 Health Foundation exists for the benefit of Kosciusko County citizens to ensure health care services are provided, and to advance prevention and healthy living.  This will be accomplished by identifying health needs in our community, and maintaining an endowment so funding is available, through investments and grants, for those needs.

Spend time reviewing this mission statement!  When submitting an application, organizations must clearly explain how K21’s mission will be advanced by supporting the project, program, or service, and the intended benefit(s) to residents of Kosciusko County. 

K21 Health Foundation accepts applications for grants four times each year.  Application deadlines are February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1. Applications are due before midnight on these dates, regardless if that day falls on a weekday or weekend. Applications received after these deadlines will be held until the next cycle.


To qualify for a grant from K21, your organization must meet the following requirements:

  1. You must be a non-profit agency with verified IRS tax-exempt status, a school system, or a governmental agency.
  2. If a non-profit, you must be in good standing with the Indiana Secretary of State as indicated in a Business Entity Report.
  3. If a non-profit, your Bylaws must require term limits for Directors and a rotating board is strongly encouraged.

To qualify for a grant from K21, your request must meet the following requirements:

  1. The project, program, or service for which you are seeking funding must benefit the residents of Kosciusko County.
  2. Although the foundation considers any grant opportunities that clearly addresses health and wellness issues for our community, our priorities for funding consideration focus on areas identified in the mission statement: direct health services being provided; health prevention services or improvement; and improvement in healthy living opportunities.

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