Community Capacity-Building Funding

Community Capacity-Building Funding

Partnering to deliver HRSN services.

Using funds distributed by the Oregon Health Authority, Health Share and other CCOs will award capacity-building grants to community-based organizations already working in the areas of nutrition, housing and climate beginning in mid-2024. These grants will allow qualifying organizations to build the workforce and infrastructure needed to provide these important services. Health Share will be responsible for reviewing applications, awarding funding, and monitoring use of the funds.

Funding will support investments in four categories:  

  • Technology
  • Development of Business or Operational Practices
  • Workforce development
  • Outreach, education, and convening

How to Apply: 

Click here to be taken to the application in WizeHive. All applications must be submitted on this portal. 

The person who registers your organization with WizeHive will be the main point of contact (Lead Applicant), whom our team may reach out to with questions. 

The application window opens on 3/1/2024 and closes on 5/31/2024 at 5PM. No applications submitted after 5/31/2024 at 5PM will be considered. We anticipate awardees will be notified by 7/31/2024.

A printable version of the application is available here. Applications must be submitted through the WizeHive online portal and will be evaluated using the criteria included in OHA’s scoring rubric. 

If you have any questions or comments about the Community Capacity Building Funding process, please reach out to us at 

If you are not interested in applying for this funding but want to stay informed on the launch of these new benefits or other ways to be involved, please continue to check this website for updates.