Whidbey General Hospital

Community Grant Program

Due to current economic and philanthropic conditions, the Whidbey General Hospital Foundation Board of Directors has regretfully cancelled the Community Grant Program. No proposals will be sought, accepted or awarded in 2011.


These grants fund community health initiatives on Whidbey Island through applications submitted annually from non-profit organizations, including public health and related groups and individuals.   The application criteria and forms are available after February 15th each year at the Foundation office or on-line.  The annual application deadline is April 30th.   The Board reviews the applications in May and announces the awards in June.


Through these grants, the Foundation annually provides substantial funding for qualified programs. Click on “Services Supported by the Foundation” to view the scope and variety of equipment, patient care upgrades, and enabling programs that the Whidbey General Hospital Foundation Grant Program has made possible.


Teo Keilwitz

You’re never too young to care about your community. Teo Keilwitz, 12, raised money in 2013 to help Whidbey General acquire a Breast MRI system. Read more.


Whidbey General Hospital Foundation provided the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) department with a new physiological monitoring system.