Do you have an idea on how to create healthy athletic activity for the children of Newport County? How about increasing good health habits, building confidence and a sense of achievement? If you do, then apply for funding from the Frederick Henry Prince Memorial Fund at Newport Hospital and become Powered by Prince!
This community grant program is for residents and organizations in Newport County focused on building a healthier community for our kids. In 2018, the Fund awarded $110,334 to several local entities for community programs ranging from biking, ballet, soccer, and rugby to trail guiding, pet care courses, and instruction on designing, building and rowing a boat. To date, more than $507,492 has been awarded to Newport County individuals and organizations.
Applying for a Grant
The grant cycle is open for applications from January 1 to January 31, 2019. Applications will be reviewed in February and funding awards will be announced at the end of March 2019.
The grant application is available by clicking on the link below and is easy to review and complete. Apply and help make Newport a healthier county.
About the Frederick Henry Prince Memorial Fund
In 2010, a $3 million grant from the Frederick Henry Prince 1932 Trust was conferred to Newport Hospital by Elizabeth Prince of Newport and her children Guillaume de Ramel, Diana Oehrli, and Regis de Ramel. Established in partnership with Newport Hospital, the Frederick Henry Prince Memorial Fund was created with that donation. Funding is available for programs that focus on under-served, school-age children in Newport County and promotes health and fitness through activity and participation.
- Roger Warburton, Chair
- Lori Allan
- Eduardo Arietta
- Jane Beezer
- Guillaume de Ramel
- Crista Durand, President, Newport Hospital
- Patricia Norton Kidder
- Loriana De Crescenzo, Newport Hospital Foundation Chief Development Officer (Staff contact)
For questions about the Frederick Henry Prince Memorial Fund, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.