Apply for Funds at Hana Mana Foundation
HAWAII IMPACT/GLOBAL IMPACT FUNDS
Nonprofits with 501(c)(3) tax status are eligible to apply for grants from either the Hawaii Impact Fund or the Global Impact Fund. Grant applications are typically reviewed on a quarterly basis with the following deadlines: March 15, July 15 and November 15. If funded, applicants must wait one year (12 months) before submitting a new application. If declined, applicants must wait one year (12 months) before submitting another application.
APPLICATION: There is no formal application, but rather please submit a Request for Proposal (RFP) along with any supporting documents to the Hana Mana Foundation at snils[email protected]islandshospice.com. Be sure to note if this is a request for the Hawaii Impact Fund or the Global Impact Fund and send all documents as PDF attachments.
PATIENT BENEVOLENCE FUND
Hospice organizations who are members of the Hana Mana Foundation Partnership are eligible to apply for grants from the Patient Benevolence Fund. Grant applications are accepted on a rolling basis and decisions are typically made within one week of receipt of the application. There is no limit to the number of times a partner hospice organization applies for funding.
SELECTION CRITERIA FOR PATIENT BENEVOLENCE FUND APPLICATIONS:
- Priority of Need
The amount available in the Benevolence Fund is generally limited to the contributions received and to certain investment income. Therefore, from time to time, the Committee may be required to make difficult choices among circumstances of legitimate and compelling need based on the priority of the need, as determined by the Committee in its sole discretion.
- Amount of Need
The Committee shall have the sole discretion to determine the amount of each grant based on the applicant’s circumstances in relationship to the circumstances of other contemporaneous applicants and the amount then available in the Benevolence Fund.
- Personal Responsibility of the Applicant
The Committee shall not award any amounts from the Benevolence Fund to any eligible patient whose situation, based on all relevant facts and circumstances, is clearly the result of financial and personal irresponsibility or repeated disregard of sound financial planning counsel.