Transforming healthcare to enable individuals and communities to increase health and well-being and educating individuals to take responsibility and advocate for their own health and well-being.
- Support the further acceptance and practice of integrative medicine in healthcare and integrative health in the community.
- Support select national organizations that educate and train health care providers in the principles and practices of integrative medicine and health and to work in a team-based, inter-professional way.
- Seek local and national opportunities to raise the awareness of GFF’s leadership role in integrative medicine and integrative health.
- Support IM programs that specifically call-out women & girls (at the practitioner and patient level).
- Provide fellowships/scholarships to entities which train practitioners in IMH and lifestyle medicine practices (e.g., Duke IM Leadership Program, AIHM, IM4US, etc.)
Types of organizations and programs we fund:
- Working in Minnesota, Dallas, Northern San Francisco Bay Area / Marin County, or Vail Valley
- Progressive Minnesota healthcare institutions that embrace and demonstrate an expanding integrative medicine model of care
- Community organizations in Minnesota (primarily the Twin Cities) that support and educate individuals to take responsibility and advocate for their own health and well-being
- National organizations that promote integrative medicine principles and practices
- Programs that support the development of strong inter-professional teams
- Self-care training programs for health care professionals
- Public relations efforts that advance IM/IHH
- Programs and projects that apply pressure on select healthcare institutions that are resisting change
*Note: We do not support “health and healing through the arts” programs.
To be considered for an Integrative Health and Healing grant, you must follow our Letter of Inquiry (LOI) process.