Intermountain Healing Hearts (IHH)
provides support for families of children and adults with congenital
heart defects and childhood onset heart disease. In addition to the
emotional and physical support provided by the organization the IHH
Family Heart Grant offers financial support to assist families with
some of the monetary challenges associated with heart disease. Grants
are for those seeking monetary aid for medical services received from
October 1st, of the previous year to August 31st,
of the application year.
In order to qualify for an IHH Family Heart Grant applicants must:
This grant is not meant to be used to pay for experimental treatments, dental treatment, electronics, or other non-heart related medical treatments as funding is limited. Only one application per family, per year. Preference will be given to families who have not previously received a grant award, though it does not prevent families from applying and receiving grant monies again as we recognize situations are ever changing.
Applications will be reviewed by an advisory panel appointed by Intermountain Healing Hearts. If a grant is approved for treatment services must be provided by a trained, and if appropriate, licensed professional.
Financial need of the applicant will be evaluated by submission of a photocopy of the first page of the most recently filed Federal tax return (Internal Revenue Service 1040, 1040-A, or 1040-EZ). Social Security Numbers should be blacked out by the submitter. The following scale will be used to determine financial eligibility:
To apply for the IHH Family Heart Grant please submit each of the following:
Applications are due by October 31st of the application year and are required to be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Grants will be awarded by a grant review committee. Grants will be distributed by check to the applicants before November 30th of the application year. Grant submission will remain confidential and receive a grant identification number. The applicant's identity will remain anonymous to the grant review committee.