Susan G. Komen Houston Community Grants

Susan G. Komen Houston funds nonprofit organizations to provide breast health and breast cancer services with an aim to create seamless systems of care for medically underserved women and men living in Komen Houston’s seven county service area.

We are proud to have invested over $8illion into our service area to date. Our current funding cycle April 1, 2014 - March 31, 2015, boasts 23 projects totaling $1.9 million. The 23 projects were selected by our independent Review Panel as projects that will have the greatest impact in serving medically underserved individuals in our service area.

Komen Houston funds breast cancer programs including:

•    Free mammograms and clinical breast exams for uninsured and underserved patients
•    Support groups for breast cancer survivors
•    Patient navigators, who help patients overcome barriers to care, have cut the no show rate from 40% to 10%
•    Free transportation to patients for breast cancer treatment

View the full list of our current Grant Recipients here.


Types of Grants We Offer

The Community Grant Program seeks to fund breast cancer screening, educational outreach, treatment and breast cancer support projects for the medically underserved and uninsured in Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty and Montgomery Counties.

The Community Grants for Clinical Trials Enrollment Program seeks to fund to programs that increases awareness of health care providers about current breast cancer clinical trials being conducted and fund programs to overcome barriers to enrollment in breast cancer clinical trials for uninsured and medically underserved.


For more information on how to apply for a grant, please see http://komen-houston.org/apply-for-funding-from-susan-g-komen-houston/.


The application process begins in August.  Please see below about the mandatory Grant Writing Workshops being offered.


Grant Writing Workshop

 

 

2013-2014 Funding Opportunities_Grant Writing Workshop.pdf

 

Previous Grant Recipients

Grant Recipient Spotlight