Nimble Grant Opportunities
Agencies can apply for up to $30,000 in the Nimble Grant process. Funding can be used for short-term projects, infrastructure/capacity development, planning, technology improvement, training, or policy and advocacy work. Funding may be used as a bridge to support staff salaries during the project year only if there is a clear plan for ongoing future funding. Agencies may submit applications for a Nimble Grant at any time. The Nimble Grant Application and Guidance are available on the Applying for Nimble Grants page.
Nimble Grants are primarily focused on infrastructure improvements or small projects that help agencies carry out the Pacific Hospital PDA’s mission of improving health care access and outcomes for underserved populations. Funds awarded under this process may be used for the following purposes:
• Short term, time-limited projects
• Infrastructure and capacity development
• Technology improvement
• Training, including internal staff training and external community trainings/educational events
• Policy and advocacy work
Funding may be used as a bridge to support staff salaries during the project year only if there is a clear plan for ongoing future funding.
The Pacific Hospital PDA does not fund capital projects. However, we will consider smaller, necessary capital items (i.e. computer equipment) as part of a larger project budget on a case-by-case basis.
Pacific Hospital PDA funds cannot be used for lobbying.
The Health Equity Fund, the grants program of the Pacific Hospital PDA, is responsible for ensuring that funding is allocated to organizations that adhere to the Pacific Hospital PDA’s mission and goals. To that end, projects funded under this application should adhere to the following fundamental Pacific Hospital PDA principles:
Address the needs of underserved populations
Actively address the issues of systemic structural and institutional racism that negatively impact healthcare delivery and outcomes
Ensure access to existing and emerging health care resources for persons who might otherwise not be served by the health care system
Partner and collaborate with other organizations seeking to address similar health disparities