Funded National Capital Region Grants
National Capital Region Grants
Susan G. Komen® is pleased to announce the 2017 community grants to reach women who fall through the healthcare gaps in the National Capital Region. Funded programs aim to increase health equity by providing information and resources to low-income, socially or culturally isolated women including racial minorities, immigrants/refugees, women with disabilities, LGBTQ populations, as well as those that are uninsured and underinsured. The Komen-funded programs in the D.C. area strive to improve breast health access and services to women, representing a total in active grant funding of over $1.7 million.
2017 Grant Recipients
African Women’s Cancer Awareness Association
Navigating and Supporting African Immigrant Women Through Breast Cancer Treatment and Survivorship
Arlington Free Clinic
Arlington Free Clinic’s Continuum of Breast Care Program
Boat People SOS, Inc.
Health Awareness and Promotion Program-Breast Health
Falls Church, VA
Breast Care for Washington
Community Based Breast Care Navigation
CASA de Maryland, Inc.
Latino Cancer Prevention and Control Program (LCPCP)
Ethiopian Community Development Council, Inc.
Project PATH – Patient Access to Health
Navigating the Nation’s Capital
Nueva Vida, Inc.
Culturally-Tailored Linkages to Improve Latino Women’s Breast Cancer Outcomes
See current funding opportunities for National Capital Area Grants.