PALTC Grants


The Foundation for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine focuses its fundraising and grantmaking activities on advancing vital strategic priorities that promote its charitable purposes and supporting the vision and mission of AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine.

Formal Proposal Submission  for 2022 Grants

The Foundation is accepting grant proposals starting January 1 and ending March 31, 2022. See the information below about submitting an Letter of Inquiry which is the first step in applying for a Foundation Grant.

Grant Funding Opportunties

The Foundation directs its funds into three different pathways, depending on the goals and purposes of each project. These are (1) Contracts for Works Made for Hire, the results of which will be exclusively owned and managed by the Foundation, (2) Co-sponsored activities and programs carried out in conjunction with AMDA-The Society of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine and/or other stakeholder entities, and (3) Grants.

Grant Funding Opportunities

2021 Co-Sponsorship Recipients

Congratulations to the Foundation for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine Co-Sponsorship Recipients.
Erin Vigne, RN, MA

Erin Vigne, RN, MA

2021 Co-Sponsorship Recipient

Co-Sponsorship awarded for the project: Clinical Toolbox for AMDA’s Mobile App. Erin is Director of Clinical Affairs Membership for the Society of Post-Acute and Long-Term Medicine.

Lori Sharp MBA

Lori Sharp MBA

2021 Co-Sponsorship Recipient

Co-Sponsorship awarded for the project: Drive to Deprescribe – Optimizing Medication Use in PALTC Medicine.  Lori is Director of Marking and Membership for the Society of Post-Acute and
Long-Term Medicine.


The Foundation accepts full grant proposals from January – March and from June – August of each calendar year. Letters of Inquiry (LOI) are accepted at any time. The Foundation encourages applicants to allow adequate time for review and processing of submissions.


Before a full proposal is developed, applicants should send in a Letter of Inquiry. The Foundation will then invite applicants whose work aligns with the Foundation’s priorities and other funding considerations to submit a full proposal. The LOI should include a statement of need and proposed solution, goals and objectives, target population, methods, evaluation and impact, and organizational qualifications, it’s partners and stakeholders.

The Foundation will review the LOI and, if appropriate, will invite a full proposal.

The LOI should be sent to


Once a concept Letter of Inquiry (LOI) has been accepted, the applicant will be invited to submit a full proposal using the Foundation’s forms.

The full proposal explains:

  • The project overview provides an executive summary of the applicant’s goals, objectives, methods, personnel, evaluation, and dissemination components. It should also specifically address the strategic priority focus of the Foundation and the charitable purposes the project seeks to advance, including how the project supports the Foundation’s charitable purposes and a strategic priority area
  • Line-item budget and budget narrative
  • Timeline
  • Deliverables
  • Project milestones
  • Measurable outcomes
  • Organizational information

Award Decisions

The Foundation will notify all applicants of funding decisions. The next stage in the grantmaking process is to sign the Foundation’s grant agreement for approved applicants. The disbursement of awards is negotiated on a case-by-case basis with each successful applicant.

Please note:  Full proposals should be sent to

Funding Guidelines