All prospective grantees to the Butterfield Foundation must first complete a Letter of Inquiry.

Funding Focus Areas

Charitable Whole Person Healthcare

International Whole Person Healthcare

Choose Life Advancement

Spiritual Care Advancement

BMF seeks to meet the whole person healthcare needs of underserved individuals by partnering with nonprofit Christian organizations serving their community.  Projects funded should improve the quality of care offered to each patient, create initiatives that address health issues impacting a large portion of the population, and advance the efforts of charitable care by educating providers.

BMF seeks to collaborate with nonprofit Christian organizations serving an international population meeting whole person healthcare needs.    Projects funded should increase the number of individuals served, improve health conditions, or create programs for indigenous people to mitigate community health needs.

BMF seeks to partner with nonprofit Christian organizations serving individuals with unintended pregnancies and those in need of post-abortive healing.  Projects funded should create initiatives that expand outreach, provide training opportunities that enhance client care, or improve service delivery via building improvements, equipment, or supplies.

BMF seeks to collaborate with nonprofit Christian healthcare organizations to advance spiritual care as a core component of whole person healthcare.  Projects funded should create training opportunities to advance understanding and knowledge of spiritual care and improve the physical, mental, and social well-being of individuals.

2021 Grant Cycle Calendar

 

GRANT CYCLE 1

LETTER OF INQUIRY DUE BY: February 1

GRANT APPLICATIONS OPEN

January 18 – February 22

Funding Decisions Made in April

 

 

GRANT CYCLE 2

LETTER OF INQUIRY DUE BY: May 15

GRANT APPLICATIONS OPEN

May 3 – June 11

Funding Decisions Made in July

 

 

GRANT CYCLE 3

LETTER OF INQUIRY DUE BY: August 31

GRANT APPLICATIONS OPEN

August 16 – September 20

Funding Decisions Made in November