Caregivers Flourishing Foundation

Caregiver Grant

Caregiver Relief Grant

This Caregiver Relief Grant has been established with funds from the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America to serve the enhanced needs experienced by caregivers of individuals living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of Dementia (cognitive caregivers). During crisis situations, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, where economic recession or depression exists, caregivers are particularly vulnerable and often overlooked in government and organizational efforts to distribute economic support. During the COVID-19 pandemic, when in-home respite and companion care is unavailable and the Dementia population and their caregivers are particularly at-risk, funding support should be made even more accessible. This fund will provide 20 cognitive caregivers and their families with $250.00 to help reduce the financial burden and anxiety that caregivers can experience every day and particularly during this unprecedented time.

Statement of Inclusion:

Healed3DⓇ, Inc. was formed to transform the lives of all caregivers and expand Alzheimer’s and Dementia-related education benefiting the whole community. Our mission is only fulfilled by an intentionality and commitment to expressing value to all people. It is the policy of Healed3DⓇ to actively engage and recognize principles of fairness, equity, and social justice. Healed3DⓇ, Inc. affirms human diversity in its many forms encompassing but not limited to ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation and identification, age, economic circumstance, class, disability, geography and philosophy.

Requirements:

Caregiver Status

Must be the primary caregiver (non-live in primary caregivers will be considered) to their person with Alzheimer’s, a form of dementia, or cognitive impairment/decline. We strongly advise offering evidence illustrating your person’s condition in any part of the testimony portion of the application.

Timeline:

Application Instructions

Please fill out the application (below). The first four sections are required, but will not be scored. In order to qualify to receive funds, all sections of the application must be filled out and residence, caregiver, and diagnosis requirements met. The final part of the application can be written as a cohesive essay or short answers, with a total of 500 words. This section is the scored portion of the application, with up to 20 points awarded for each question based on the need expressed and the quality of the story told. This will be up to the discretion of the Grant Review Committee.