Grants Planning and Development Department (GPDD)
Who we are
The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s (ANTHC) Grants Planning and Development Department (GPDD) is a program within the ANTHC Development Department, working alongside the Center for Environmentally Threatened Communities (CETC) and the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation (HANF) to support ANTHC in its mission to improve the health of Alaska Native people. GPDD is specifically tasked with identifying and securing grant funding for internal ANTHC programs, providing varying levels of grant writing assistance.
As resources allow, GPDD also provides grant assistance to our Tribal partners in Alaska.
Our monthly e-newsletter is the best way to stay informed about GPDD’s grant development efforts. In our newsletter, we provide a platform for sharing ANTHC program and Tribal community successes and challenges, and we list relevant trainings, resources, and news that may help communities build capacity for grant writing.
What we do
We are here as a grant writing resource for you! If your department, community and/or organization needs support in pursuing a funding opportunity, below is an example of the services we offer:
- Detailed review of funding announcements
- Creation of application outlines
- Writing and editing
- Providing and developing templates for budgets, logic models, timelines and work plans
- Preparing grant documents
- Budget narratives
- Grant application project management including: timelines, checklists and meeting coordination
- Letters of support
ANTHC departments can find additional information here.
Tribal partners seeking grant assistance from the ANTHC GPDD team can find additional information on our Frequently Asked Questions page by clicking here.
Tribal partners who have an identified project and a specific grant you need ANTHC GPDD’s assistance with, please complete the form below.
GPDD Contact Form