Our Geographic Priorities

2017 Capital & Equipment Grant

* For Christian Charitable Clinics in Oklahoma    *Open August 18-September 28   *Contact Butterfield Foundation for more details

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Primary

The majority of our grant funding each year is given to Christian, non-profit organizations in the central counties of Oklahoma including: Oklahoma, Kingfisher, Logan, Canadian, Lincoln, Cleveland, and Pottawatomie. All of the Foundation’s primary funding is given to organizations that meet the primary care needs of the under served in these communities.

Secondary

A small portion of grant funds are given to Christian, non-profit organizations in Oklahoma counties that are outside of the seven central counties named in our primary focus area.  All funds given in the secondary focus area support organizations who meet the primary care needs of the under served in their communities.

Other U.S./International

A small portion of grant funding each year is allocated for Christian, non-profit organization in the United States, as well as, Free Methodist overseas medical organizations with a domestic U.S. based 501(c)3 that enhances healthcare capacity, trains indigenous healthcare providers, and improves health-related conditions in their community.

Examples of Grant Funding:
  • CMDA Chapter Support for local Universities
  • Crossings Community Clinic
  • Open Arms Charitable Clinic
  • Undergraduate Internship
  • Butterfield Urban Care Opportunity (BUCO)
Examples of Grant Funding:
  • Capacity Building
  • Primary Care Grants
  • Clinics of Excellence Grants
Examples of Grant Funding:
  • Capacity Building
  • Capital Grants (International)
  • Training (International)
  • Education (International)

The Butterfield Memorial Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant requests or letters of inquiry.

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