The 30/30 Project is currently accepting applications for projects that will begin fundraising after the first quarter of 2017.
What does the 30/30 Project do?
The 30/30 Project works with our on-the-ground partners (you) to fundraise for the construction of healthcare facilities in underserved areas. It is important that these facilities provide quality and affordable healthcare services. Our partners need to have a 501(c)3 nonprofit status, or the equivalent.
We are an initiative of Construction for Change (CfC), who will design and manage the construction of the building. Once construction is complete, it is up to your organization to staff and run the facility. We ask that you monitor and evaluate the facilities services for at least five years.
What does the 30/30 Project fund?
The 30/30 Project is able to provide a construction financing grant for up to 50% of a project budget (up to $100,000) as well as funding for construction management through Construction for Change. We ask our partners to fundraise the remaining project costs, and recommend they start fundraising before submitting an application.
Please note that neither the 30/30 Project or Construction for Change provide funding for the following:
- Contractor fees
- Non- construction staff
- Operating costs
What is required of our partners?
Our partners must own the land or have a long-term lease where the facility will be constructed and must be able to provide a land deed, lease agreement or other proof of ownership. We highly recommend that our partners have raised over 50% of the total project costs before submitting an application.
Visit the Construction for Change website to learn more about their building process.