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FMPC Grant Awards Program

The Family Medicine Philanthropic Consortium (FMPC) and its Grant Awards program is a collaborative program of the AAFP Foundation and the 55 AAFP Constituent Chapters and their Foundations.

Since 2006, the FMPC Grant Awards program has provided $926,670 to support 230 projects from AAFP Constituent Chapter/Chapter Foundations in 39 states. 

Funding for the FMPC Grant Awards Program is provided by up to 40% of the revenue received from the national Dues Check-Off Campaign.

Congratulations to the 2015 Recipients

The 2015 FMPC Grant Awards provided a total of  $84,300 to fund 21 Constituent Chapter/Chapter Foundation projects in14 states. Check out these great projects!

Program Overview

FMPC Grant Awards: Guiding Principles and Process (4-page PDF file) provides an overview of the program. This document includes background information, goals, guiding principles used to focus the deliberation of the proposals, and a step-by-step outline of the grant award process.

2016 Awards: June 15th Deadline to Apply

The open application for this program lasts for four months. The 2016 application will be available for downloading beginning on February 1, 2016. The deadline to apply will be June 15, 2016 at midnight Central Time.

FAQs and Guidelines - Answers frequently asked questions including information on eligibility, time lines, payment and reporting requirements.

2016 Application (2-page Word File) - please also refer to the FAQs and Guidelines. The deadline to apply will be June 15, 2016 at midnight Central Time.

Sample Grants - Each of the sample grants, available for downloading, address one of the three FMPC Priority Areas. FMPC Priority Areas are: Student and/or Resident projects; Member and Outreach projects; and Public Health projects.

Grant Reporting Requirements

2014 FMPC Grant Award Final Report Form -- (2-page Word file) is due by March 1, 2016
2015 FMPC Grant Award Final Report Form -- (2-page Word file) is due by March 1, 2017

Previously Funded Projects

2014 FMPC Grant Awards: Summary of Funded Projects (9-page PDF file) A summary is provided for each of the 26 projects funded in 2014.
Vol. II: 2010-2014 FMPC Grant Awards, Project Descriptions (61-page PDF file) Provides summaries and outcomes of projects funded between 2010-2014.
Vol. I: 2006-2010 FMPC Grant Awards, Project Descriptions (51-page PDF file) Provides summaries and outcomes of projects funded between 2006-2010.

Questions?

Contact Sondra Goodman or call (800) 274-2237 ext 4457.
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