More than $107,000 in large grants and mini grants awarded to organizations all across the Upper Peninsula.
The Superior Health Foundation awarded more than $107,000 in health-centered grant funding at its Spring Grants Celebration on Wednesday evening at the Holiday Inn in Marquette. The Awards Celebration was sponsored by 44North.
The Superior Health Foundation awarded $107,329.53 at the celebration, with $82,138.83 being dispersed in large grants to eight organizations across the Upper Peninsula.
“The Superior Health Foundation is honored to award large grant funding to eight very deserving organizations across the region,” said Jim LaJoie, executive director of the Superior Health Foundation. “The grants committee does an incredible job of funding projects that align with our mission.”
Added Bruce Seely, PhD, President of the SHF Board of Directors: “On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Superior Health Foundation, we’re pleased to provide much-need grant funding to organizations with health-centered missions that align with ours.”
At the celebration, the SHF also awarded $15,190.70in mini-grants to U.P.-wide organizations from October 2018 through March 2019, along with $10,000 in Indigent Care funding.