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Immunize Oregon Mini-Grants

Immunize Oregon Grant Opportunity


Accepting applications NOW


Applications DUE Wednesday, December 7th, 2016



Guiding Principles

Immunize Oregon is a part of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) within the Oregon Immunization Program. We share OHA’s strategic plans, values, goals and objectives.

  • We work to strengthen public health capacity to improve health outcomes by developing and maintaining public and private partnerships that improve community health.
  • We assist the Oregon Health Authority in achieving the triple aim; better health, better care and lower costs, through partnerships, leadership and innovation.
  • We seek to listen to and collaborate with partners and stakeholders across diverse communities.

Grant Details

Immunize Oregon is proud to announce our 10th cycle of immunization grants! The Immunize Oregon grant program has supported many fantastic projects that increased or enhanced immunizations across Oregon.
Grants are designed to support or improve the promotion of immunization throughout Oregon. Proposal must be innovative projects and partnerships that support the increase of immunization rates, reach underserved populations, and/or advance the use of best practices across the immunization lifespan.

Please review the full Grant Guidelines, which include grant submission instructions and tips for creating a competitive proposal.
Once you’ve reviewed the Grant Guidelines, please click ONE of the following options to begin the grant application.

Grant applications can be submitted one of the following ways:
Web-form interface PDF fillable form
This option is the preferred method of submission.
Web-form submission allow direct document uploads. Document uploads are not required but accepted to support grant application. Suggested documents to upload include, grant proposal narrative, projected budget and partner letter/support statement from any named partnership in grant proposal. This option must be submitted via email to Any supporting documents must be sent as attachments in one email with the grant application
Web-form cannot be saved while in progress. PDF can be saved to computer while in progress.
Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Incomplete application will not be reviewed.

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Immunize Oregon received 42 mini-grant applications in 2013, requesting a total of $140,000. We were able to award more projects than originally expected due to added funds by the Oregon Immunization Program's Adult Immunization Special Project.


For any questions, please contact Alison Dent at (971)673-0472 or