The Pallottine Missionary Sisters began serving the health needs of the Tri-State in 1924 and continue their legacy of dedicated service and care with the establishment of the Pallottine Foundation of Huntington.
Through the support of transformative health initiatives that empower all individuals to lead lives of optimal health, self-reliance, and self-respect, the Pallottine Foundation of Huntington strives to foster systemic change and collaborative impact in our community.
The Foundation provides support to health-related nonprofit organizations in 20 counties in the Tri-State region.
the 2024 Healthy Communities Initiative closed feb. 20, 2024
Healthy Communities grants support a variety of health-related programming to address the behavioral, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual needs of the community, along with projects that improve the internal capacity of nonprofits. Learn more here.
core priorities funding opportunities
The discretionary Core Priorities opportunity is open year-round.
Core Priorities grants support health-related programming with a direct impact on one or more of the Foundation’s four focus areas of food insecurity; mental and behavioral health; substance use disorder; and tobacco use prevention and cessation. Learn more here.