November 30, 2021

2022 Innovation Initiative (i2) $1 Million Challenge Grant – Save the Date

Applications open January 1, 2022
Applications close January 28, 2022

Solving our most intractable health challenges requires innovative, transformative and sustainable solutions.

With the i2 Challenge Grant, we seek market-based and/or transformational systems-change solutions with the potential to improve access, quality and health outcomes for the most systemically marginalized and under-resourced populations of San Diego and/or Imperial counties.

The i2 Challenge Grant represents a 12-month demonstration and workshop cycle that allows eligible i2 applicants to hone their business plan and grant proposal with the aid of experts provided by Alliance and our Innovation Partner (TBA). The 12-months also allows our Program and Evaluation Committees time to get to know the applicants and develop a deeper understanding of their innovation solution.

For information about the 2022 i2 Challenge Grant, including eligibility, i2 Journey timeline, evaluation considerations and more, visit the 2022 i2 web page.

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About Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF)
AHF is a nonprofit organization that advances health equity in San Diego and Imperial counties through strategic grant making, impact investing, catalyzing innovation, community collaboration and advocacy. Guided by the belief that all people have a personal desire and basic human right to be well, AHF strives to reduce – and ultimately eliminate – disparities across all social determinants of health. We do this by undoing the root causes in society that benefit some over others; addressing immediate needs with a robust safety net that can help people in their times of greatest need, and investing in lasting solutions in the form of scalable and sustainable innovations that can transform long-term outcomes for communities experiencing the greatest health inequities. The organization envisions a San Diego and Imperial County region where all people can attain their full health and well-being potential regardless of zip code, race/ethnicity, socio-economic status, gender or ability.

 

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