In 2007, Highmark Delaware established BluePrints for the Community, a grant program to help address the issues faced by Delaware's uninsured and underserved populations. The program was established as a donor-advised fund at the Delaware Community Foundation, a nonprofit organization that manages and administers charitable funds throughout Delaware. Since its inception, the grant program has awarded over 200 grants, totaling more than $19 million, as of December 2020.
The grant program focuses on:
We are pleased to announce the 17 recipients of our 2020 Social Determinants of Health grant. Watch the virtual press event, featuring Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long, Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro, and Secretary of Health Molly Magarik, here.
Standard Grant Requests
NEW PROCESS! BluePrints for the Community standard grant requests should be submitted through the Delaware Community Foundation. Please create an account or log into an existing account.
If you would like to set up a meeting to discuss BluePrints funding or if you are having technical difficulties with the application process, contact Denée Crumrine.
BluePrints for the Community Schedule
Small Grant Requests
BluePrints for the Community request for small grants are reviewed on a rolling basis with decisions announced to applicants at the beginning of each month. Small Grants cannot exceed $20,000.00. Small Grant applications should be submitted through the Delaware Community Foundation. Small Grants may not be used as supplemental funding for larger BluePrints grants requests.
The budget template includes a list of acceptable budget items. Questions can be emailed to Denée Crumrine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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