Grantmaking opportunities

Furthering health equity through grants

Kaiser Permanente offers grants for programs that support the critical health needs of those in the Mid-Atlantic region. These grants allow us to develop purposeful partnerships with local organizations and other institutions while working toward our mission of improving total health for all.

We’re pleased to announce grantmaking opportunities available in two different focus areas for nonprofit organizations or government entities: Economic Opportunity and Food & Nutritional Security.

In order to apply for a grant, you must create an account in Mosaic, our online application system. The documents below can assist you with creating your Mosaic account or submitting your letter of interest (LOI):

Economic opportunity

This funding is intended for organizations interested in advancing Kaiser Permanente’s Diverse Business Growth strategy, which is focused on helping diverse entrepreneurs launch and/or sustain successful small businesses, become agents of change, and build wealth for themselves, their employees, and their communities. Learn more and apply (PDF).


Increase procurement with diverse-owned businesses

Geographic area

Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States service area (Washington, DC/Suburban Maryland, Greater Baltimore and/or Northern Virginia)

Maximum award

Up to three (3) awards of $50,000

Food and nutritional security

This funding is intended for organizations interested in advancing Kaiser Permanente’s Food Is Medicine strategy, which is focused on addressing nutrition and food insecurity that can result in diet-related chronic diseases. Learn more and apply (PDF).


Medically tailored groceries and/or produce prescriptions

Geographic area

Kaiser Permanente Greater Baltimore Service area including, but not limited to: Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Carroll County,

Maximum award

Up to one (1) award of $50,000

Important dates

February 12, 2024

Letter of interest release date

February 14, 2024
9 to 10 a.m.

Information session.

Register or view recording at:                  

February 28, 2024

Letters of interest due

March 18, 2024
Notice of invitation for full proposal
April 8, 2024
Full proposal due
Anticipated by June 2024
Awards announced

Award information

July 1, 2024

Project start date

Grant term

12 months