* PLEASE NOTE: GRANT APPLICATION PROCESS FOR SOUTH POINTE HOSPITAL (SPH), OTHER HOSPITAL OR HEALTH CARE FACILITIES WITHIN THE CLEVELAND CLINIC HEALTH SYSTEM.
All grant requests submitted by or on behalf of South Pointe Hospital (SPH), the Cleveland Clinic, or any hospitals or health facilities within the Cleveland Clinic Health System must follow South Pointe Hospital’s internal grant application process and procedures and cannot be submitted directly to the Brentwood Foundation. To obtain information about South Pointe Hospitals grant application process and procedures, contact the Development Director at South Pointe Hospital at (216) 491-7234.
Grant requests from South Pointe Hospital or the Cleveland Clinic Health System that do not follow South Pointe’s internal grant application process will not be reviewed by the Foundation for funding consideration.
The Board of Trustees meets twice a year to consider grant requests - June and November. Requests submission dates for consideration at these meetings include the following:
All requests to the Brentwood Foundation should either be mailed to the following address or emailed:The Brentwood Foundation
All applications must reach the Foundation no later than 5:00 p.m. on the deadline date. If deadline date falls on a weekend or a holiday, the following Monday will be considered the deadline date.
We ask that you submit a Grant Inquiry before applying for a grant to ensure that you fulfill the basic requirements of the Brentwood Foundation.
The Foundation has no set form of application. However, the information should be provided in the following order:
The Foundation awards monetary grants to Federally qualified tax exempt organizations.
No grants will be made directly to individuals.
The Foundation strongly favors grant requests for specific projects over those requesting general operating support or capital.
The Foundation's geographic focus is the state of Ohio, in particular Northeast Ohio, however, the Foundation will consider funding requestes outsied of Ohio if they directly impact Ohio or Northeast Ohio.