Small organizations do big things and are incredibly valuable in our community. Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio recognizes this and provides Community Impact Grants of up to $15,000 to support smaller initiatives and organizations that have a large impact on community health. Priority is given to the support of grassroots health activities, church health ministry development, and increased capacity to provide health services.


Step 1: Review General Requirements

It is important that potential applicants fully read, understand, and meet the Foundation’s General Requirements for Funding before beginning the application process.


Step 2: Review Specific Grant Requirements

  • The organization must have had less than $250,000 in actual revenue during either of the two most recently completed fiscal years*;
  • The organization must have an annual operating budget of at least $15,000;
  • The application amount must not exceed 20 percent of the organization’s operating budget; and
  • The application amount must fall in the range of $3,000-$15,000.

* Churches are exempt from this requirement


Step 3: Submit Application

Once the window for applications opens (in accordance with the timeline below), a link for application submissions will appear beneath the picture. If there is any uncertainty regarding requirements, please contact the Foundation before submitting the application.


Step 4: After Submission

Once an application is submitted, a confirmation email will be sent. Foundation administrative staff will reach out within the next month for further details. To access an application after submission, please click here.


Process Timeline

All dates below are tentative and subject to change. Please contact the Foundation for further details.

Ian's Foundation, 2020 Grantee
Ian's Foundation, 2020 Grantee

In review stage. No longer accepting applications.


July 1st - 30th, 2021


The application introduces an organization and its request to the Foundation.  

It is designed to help the Foundation determine whether the request is a good match for the Foundation’s present interests and funds.

An application may only be submitted online during the specified date range.

October 2021 

Site Visit

The site visit allows Foundation staff and trustees to better understand the request for funding, and usually takes the form of a brief in-person meeting at the location where the funding will be used.

However, given current uncertainty caused by COVID-19, the Foundation will contact applicants in September to coordinate in-person or virtual

site visits.

Site visits are subject to several variables and may be waived at the Foundation’s discretion.

November 2021


Grantees will be notified following final approval by the trustees. 

Notification of whether or not a grant is awarded will be sent to the email address of the individual who submitted the application.

Applicants should only inquire about the status of an application if notification has not been received by

Nov. 22, 2021.

For I testify that they gave as much as they were able, and even beyond their ability. Entirely on their own,
they urgently pleaded with us for the privilege of sharing in this service to the saints.

2 Corinthians 8:3 (NIV)