Aetna Foundation funding is provided only to nonprofit organizations with 501(c)(3) or similar tax-exempt status and educational institutions.
We generally do not fund:
- Endowment or capital costs, including construction, renovation or equipment
- Direct delivery of reimbursable health care services
- Basic biomedical research
- Grants or scholarships to individuals
- Work for which results and impact cannot be measured
- Golf tournaments
- Advocacy, political causes or events
- Sacramental or theological functions of religious organizations
- Operational expenses or existing financial deficits
- Event sponsorships
Reporting requirements for grants
Our national and community-based grantees must provide narrative and financial reports roughly every six months during the applicable grant period.
If your organization is a grantee through our National or Cultivating Healthy Communities program – you must show your work’s impact through:
- Measurement and evaluation
- Communication and dissemination of results
- Sharing of best practices
If you are chosen to receive a grant, we will provide you with a contract letter that will include specifics about reporting requirement or other responsibilities related to the grant.