Since its establishment in 2010, the George R. Tiller, M.D., Memorial Fund for the Advancement of Women’s Health at Wichita Foundation has granted more than $1 million to nonprofits in Kansas who help women help themselves. These grants provide comprehensive health services, support and compassion to vulnerable women to realize their dreams.
Dr. Tiller was a board-certified Diplomat of the American Academy of Family Physicians and practiced for more than 40 years.
Read more about Dr. Tiller
Step 1 - Submit a letter of inquiry by June 3. This includes a proposed project description (300 words or less) and a simple budget.
Step 2 - The committee will invite nonprofits to apply for funding. We'll notify and provide a more detailed application for finalists to complete.
Step 3 - Selected nonprofits to submit detailed applications in the fall. Grantees will be announced in the fall.
Organizations in Kansas may apply for up to $25,000. Projects should focus on reproductive health and services to women in need, such as:
- Medical education, but not scholarships
- Medical testing expenses linked to reproductive health for women in need
- Fellowships or research related to women's reproductive health
- Sex education programs in elementary, middle or high schools
- Film, video or documentary productions
- Substance abuse programs for women in need
- Offsetting the delivery of medical services related to reproductive health to women
- Disease specific organizations related to reproductive health, such as breast or ovarian
Requests not accepted
The Fund will not accept grant requests for business expense operations, advertising, scholarships, rent, living expenses, tables at charity events, capital or endowment campaigns, publications, or computer equipment.