We are proud to announce The Resident Advancement Committee, a group of 10 residents that will oversee the Foundation’s community discretionary budget.
The Resident Advancement Committee is an equitable and inclusive method for residents of the Saint Luke’s footprint to impact their community by reviewing grant applications and awarding funding for initiatives in the neighborhoods in which they reside.
The RAC will award discretionary-level funding ($15,000 and less) for community-centered projects and initiatives.
The grant deadlines for 2020 are:
March 6 (decision at RAC meeting late March)
May 1 (decision at RAC meeting late May)
July 3 (decision at RAC meeting late July)
September 4 (decision at RAC meeting late September)
November 6 (decision at RAC meeting late November)
Please submit your application by 11:59 p.m. on the above dates.
Get Acquainted Meeting
Please schedule a meeting with Monique Williams Kelly, Senior Director of Community Engagement, if you have reviewed the “Who Can Apply” section, feel like you are a fit for our strategy, and are interested in applying.
We welcome the opportunity to learn more about you and the work you’d like to do.
There were 36 residents that applied to join the committee, and 21 applicants have been invited to interview in January.
There will be a total of 10 members selected. The committee composition will be intergenerational and include three residents from both Buckeye and Mt. Pleasant, two from Woodhill/Woodland Hills, and two from the Shaker Square/Larchmere/CHALK/Ludlow area.
Thank you to all of the community members that applied for the RAC. We hope to continue to build an ongoing partnership with you.
Thank you to everyone that helped spread the word and/or submitted an application for the Resident Advancement Committee! We are ecstatic about the 36 applications that we have received. The team is currently reviewing all submissions to select the interview candidates. We will continue to update you as we move through the selection process.