Grant Applications

Grant Application Overview

The Quarterbacking Children’s Health Foundation will consider requests from charitable organizations for financial support to fulfill the medical needs of children 18 and under.

Qualifying Organizations:

Completed applications are reviewed by a joint committee of selected members of the Quarterbacking Children’s Health Foundation and the Monday Morning Quarterback Club. Committee recommendations are, in turn, acted upon by the Board of Directors of the two organizations.

In order to be considered for a grant, an organization must meet our general guidelines.  In addition to this requirement, donations are based on the availability of funds and the organization’s compatibility with our mission statement.

Dates to Know:

The application link will be available on June 1, 2024.

Applications will be due August 31, 2024.

Applicants will be notified of our decision by February 2025.

General Guidelines:

The Quarterbacking Children’s Health Foundation funds grants that focus on our mission to fulfill medical needs and support for Alabama children and young adults.    Grants are not approved to or for:

  • Individuals
  • Religious organizations for religious purposes
  • National fundraising drives
  • Sponsorship of fundraising events
  • Political organizations or candidates for public office

How to Apply:

Qualifying nonprofit organizations interested in obtaining a grant application must make a request via email to Executive Director, Michelle McIntyre by August 31, 2024.

Online application attachments should include:

  • Organization Board of Directors Listing
  • Three Year Financial Summary
  • Balance Sheet Summary
  • Project Budget
  • Copy of latest Audit Report prepared by CPA or latest Form 990 submitted to IRS
  • Outcome Analysis of how previous funds were used (*if funded in prior grant cycle)

Indirect costs may not be taken from our grants. Please direct any questions about the application process to Michelle McIntyre at 205-226-8830 or at

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