March 21, 2019
New Online Request Process Now Open Through April 30, 2019
Renown Health’s mission is to make a genuine difference in the health and well-being of neighbors and communities across Nevada. As the only not-for-profit, locally-owned integrated health organization in Reno, all of Renown’s income stays locally— and is reinvested in programs, people and equipment to improve the health of the community. As Reno’s own, Renown demonstrates this commitment by providing focused financial event sponsorship and in-kind support for non-profit and community organizations that relate to Renown’s mission, values, vision, public health and community relations objectives.
 
Hometown Health is the insurance division of Renown Health and is northern Nevada’s largest locally-owned, not-for-profit health insurance company. Providing wide-ranging medical coverage and great service to members, Hometown Health represents a philosophy of healthcare that emphasizes active partnerships between members and physicians. Hometown Health values prevention as a key component of comprehensive care - reducing the risks of illness and helping to treat small problems before they can become more severe.
 
Request for FY19 proposals for community sponsorships (for events to be held July 1, 2019- December 31, 2019) is now open. If your group is interested in requesting a sponsorship and meets the criteria, please complete an online request at https://www.renown.org/about-us/community/community-sponsorship/ by April 30, 2019.
 
Application process
Step 1: Submit a request for sponsorship funding before Tuesday, April 30, 2019 for events that will be held between July 1 – December 31, 2019 at Renown Health’s online application site, https://www.renown.org/about-us/community/community-sponsorship/.
Typical sponsorships range from $250 to $2,500 and funds are limited. Once the budget is reached, further inquiries will be declined and encouraged to re-apply in the next sponsorship funding cycle, October 1 - November 30, 2019 (for events to be held January 1 - June 30, 2020).
Step 2: Applications will be reviewed and evaluated by the Renown Health Community Impact Office.  Requests for sponsorship must meet all of the following criteria: 
1) The event or project must measurably improve the health of the community and directly benefit the geographic area served by Renown Health or Hometown Health.
2) The event or project must relate to one or more of the following community health priorities: Access to Health, Mental Health/Substance Use, Social Determinants of Health, Physical Activity/Nutrition and Weight, Maternal and Child Health, Chronic Disease/Screenings, Diversity & Inclusion.
3) The requesting organization must have current 501(c) 3 not-for-profit, tax exempt status under IRS code Section 170, or be a governmental agency or department, or a public educational institution.
4) Meet eligibility requirements. A list of ineligible organizations and requests can be found online at https://www.renown.org/about-us/community/community-sponsorship/.
 
Only requests submitted through the online site via the submissions process will be considered for funding. Requests submitted by mail, phone or e-mail will not be considered for funding and will be directed to complete the online application process. Requests that meet criteria will be initially reviewed by Renown’s Community Impact Office then by Senior Leadership for final approval.
 
Last year, Renown Health approved and donated over $560,000 to support events with more than 80 local not-for-profit organizations. The financial supported requested by local non-profit organizations was over $1.7M.
 
 
 
“As the region’s only locally-based, non-profit health and wellness provider, being an engaged community partner is very important to the leadership of Renown Health, our 7,100 caring employees and 2,500 medical staff. We’re honored to partner with organizations working tirelessly to make our community a healthier and better place to live,” said Anthony D. Slonim, MD, DrPH, FACHE, President and CEO, Renown Health.
 
For more information, or to submit a request for sponsorship, visit our website at https://www.renown.org/about-us/community/community-sponsorship/.
 
Last year, Renown Health donated over $560,000 to support events with more than 80 local not-for-profit organizations including:
 
 
39 North Downtown
Alliance with Washoe County Medical Society
ALS Association of Nevada
American Cancer Society
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
American Heart Association
Awaken
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Boys & Girls Club of Western Nevada
Brewery Arts Center
Bristlecone Family Resources
Carson Epic Ride
Carson Valley Medical Center Hospital Foundation
Catholic Charities
Children's Cabinet
Communities in Schools
Community Health Alliance
Community Service Agency
Crisis Call Center
Domestic Violence Network (Formerly CAAW)
Desert Research Institute
Each One Tell One
EDAWN
Edible Pedal 100® (Reno Club of Reno Sunrise)
Education Alliance of Washoe County
The First Tee of Northern Nevada
Food Bank of Northern Nevada
Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada
Girls on the Run
Head Injury Association of Northern Nevada
High Fives Foundation
High Sierra Area Health Education Center
High Sierra Industries
Immunize Nevada
JDRF of Northern Nevada
Junior Achievement
Junior League
Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful
KNPB
Make a Wish
Mammoth Hospital
Moms on the Run
Multiple Sclerosis
Nevada Academy of Family Physicians
Nevada Cancer Coalition
Nevada Day Parade
Nevada Diabetes Association
Nevada Hospital Association
Nevada Humane Society
Nevada Land Trust
Nevada Nurses Foundation
Nevada Prayer Foundation
Nevada Rural Hospital Partners
Nevada Women's Fund
NONL/NNA
Northern Nevada Center for Independent Living
Northern Nevada Children's Cancer Foundation
Northern Nevada HOPES
Northern Nevada RAVE Family Foundation
Note-Able Music Therapy Services
Plumas Health Care Foundation
Quest Counseling & Consulting
Reno Bites Week
Reno Cancer Foundation
Reno Philharmonic
Reno Tahoe Young Professionals Network
Revivals Health & Wellness Council
Ronald McDonald House
Safe Kids Washoe County
Safe Talk for Teens
Sierra Arts Foundation
Sparks Rotary
Special Olympics
STEM
STEP2
Susan G. Komen Nevada
ThinkFirst Northern Nevada
Trauma Intervention Program of N. Nevada (TIP)
Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation
University of Nevada, Reno
University of Nevada, Reno Foundation
Urban Roots
Volunteers of America
Washoe County Child Advocacy Center
Washoe County School District
WCSD - Intervention Department
Women and Children's Center of the Sierra
 
 
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