Under a strategic framework adopted in 2012, The John A. Hartford Foundation will make grants and initiate programs that utilize five approaches:
For more information about the rationale for these approaches, our grantmaking priorities, and documents related to the strategic framework, please visit our Strategic Framework page.
Overall criteria for funding include:
Focus on the older adult population and inclusion of geriatrics expertise;
Potential for national scale and impact; and
Potential for leveraging other initiatives and funding sources.
Due to its narrow funding focus, the Foundation makes grants by invitation only. See our Funding Guidelines for more information.
Information about grants operating under the Foundation’s previous strategic plan can be found under our Legacy Strategies page.
|University of Minnesota, National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education||Increasing Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) in Clinical Nursing & Health Professions Education|
|The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, Inc.||Building the Capacity of the Aging and Disability Networks to Ensure the Delivery of Quality Integrated Care|
|University of Washington, Cambia Palliative Care Center of Excellence||Building a Collective Strategy to Accelerate Progress in End-of-Life Care|
|American Geriatrics Society||Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program National Coordinating Center|
|Columbia University||The John A. Hartford Aging Society Index|
|Project HOPE – The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc./Health Affairs||Publishing and Disseminating Early Lessons on Innovative Health Care Models for an Aging Population Renewal|
|New York University||Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders in Long-Term Care (NICHE-LTC)|
|American Geriatrics Society||Developing a National Collaborative to Improve Emergency Department Care of Older Adults|