Grants

The Baptist Healing Trust supports non-profits, through grant making, that provide holistic and compassionate healthcare to the most vulnerable in Middle Tennessee. The Trust has two main objectives through its grant-making: 1. to increase the access of underserved populations to quality healthcare 2. to sustain and enhance the success of the non-profit organizations it funds by offering support to organizations to sustain cultures centered on compassionate care.
Grant Programs

The Trust currently sponsors six grant programs.  Click the links below to learn more about each grant type:

Preference will be given to currently operating programs that demonstrate strong community need and ongoing sustainability as well as new programs or expansions where high community need has been documented.

Grant Workshops

The Baptist Healing Trust  requires that one representative from each new applicant agency attend the Introduction and Basic Proposal Writing Workshop prior to submitting a preliminary application to the Trust.  If you are unsure if you are considered a new applicant, please contact the Program Staff at BHT.  

BHT also offers a Technical Assistance Training for those applicants familiar with BHT that have attended an Introduction workshop previously. 

Grant Recipients

The Trust has partnered with over 200 Middle Tennessee non-profits that provide compassionate health services to our community's most underserved and vulnerable.  We hope that you will take the opportunity to learn more about the work that these partners accomplish by visiting the Grant Recepients' page of our website.

 

 

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Recipient/Organization Name: Grant Type Grant Amountsort icon Grant Term Date Granted
Martha O'Bryan Operating Grants $80,000 1 Year Jun 19 2014
Park Center Operating Grants $80,000 1 Year Jun 19 2014
Prevent Child Abuse TN Operating Grants $80,000 1 Year Jun 19 2014
Metropolitan Interdenominational Church First Response Center Transom Grants $82,248 2 Years Dec 1 2005
Vanderbilt Center for Biomedical Ethics & Society Education Grants $83,720 1 Year Jul 31 2007
The Center for Family Development Transom Grants $85,891 3 Years Jul 31 2008
Family and Children's Service Transom Grants $86,250 1 Year Sep 26 2013
Columbia CARES Transom Grants $9,000 1 Year Dec 1 2008
Elders First Transom Grants $9,000 1 Year Jul 31 2009
Columbia CARES Transom Grants $9,000 1 Year Dec 1 2009
Baptist Hospital $9,175,200 1 Year Dec 1 2006
Ronald McDonald House Partnership Grants $9,642 1 Year Jun 24 2010
CASA of Maury County Critical Needs Grants $9,700 1 Year Apr 16 2009
Center for Women in Medicine Education Grants $9,705 1 Year Dec 1 2007
Brown Center for Autism Partnership Grants $9,814 1 Year Feb 28 2013
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Education Grants $91,886 1 Year Jul 31 2008
New Hope Academy Transom Grants $93,609 2 Years Jul 31 2008
Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence Transom Grants $94,139 3 Years Jul 31 2007
United Way of Metropolitan Nashville Transom Grants $98,500 1 Year Dec 4 2013
Metropolitan Interdenominational Church First Response Center Critical Needs Grants 12, 025 1 Year Jun 1 2012
Putnam County Rural Health Clinic Critical Needs Grants 18,750 1 Year Nov 16 2010
Domestic Violence Program Transom Grants 21,601 1 Year Dec 1 2011
Monroe Harding Transom Grants 39,170 1 Year Sep 26 2013
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