Through our Community Impact Fund, we are pleased to offer our Mini Grants Program for funding requests up to $24,999. Seeking to align with the 2021-2025 Marion-Polk Community Health Improvement Plan, this grant program supports innovative pilot or start-up projects that address one or more of the following priority areas:

    • Behavioral Health Crisis System
    • Housing
    • Traditional Health Workers  
    • The Willamette Health Council’s mission

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the calendar year. 

Applications received by the 10th of the month will be reviewed and considered for funding by the end of the same month. Applications received after the 10th are reviewed the following month. 

The Mini Grant Program is currently closed for 2022 and is anticipated to begin accepting new applications in February 2023.

We use an online grant management system. Organizations submitting a grant application to the Willamette Health Council for the first time are required to create an account within this system. Those who are returning applicants should utilize their organization’s existing account. For assistance, please email 

For questions about the Mini Grants Program, please email Josie Silverman-Méndez (she/her), Deputy Director.