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The CVS Health Foundation Hometown Fund


Investing in the communities where we live and work

Whether we are working to broaden access to high-quality health care, lower costs or drive higher levels of engagement for consumers, we continue to keep people at the heart of everything we do across our business. Our CVS Health® Foundation Hometown Fund was created as an extension of this commitment to support our neighbors and communities that our headquarters call home.

Our Hometown Fund opens on March 18, accepting 2024 applications through April 26 to registered 501c3 nonprofits in Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. The program will award general operating support grants to nonprofit organizations in the following geographies:

  • Connecticut: Towns and cities within a 20-mile radius of the city of Hartford 
  • Rhode Island: All towns and cities 
  • Massachusetts: Towns and cities in Bristol, Norfolk, and Worcester counties

Download our 2024 CVS Health Foundation Hometown Fund Request for Proposal (PDF) 

Use the self-assessment tool to assess eligibility for funding under this program 

2023 CVS Health Foundation Hometown Fund

Our 2023 CVS Health Foundation grantees are making a lasting impact on the health of everyone they serve. Learn more about our grantees important work below:

  • American Red Cross of Connecticut
  • Americares Free Clinics, Inc.
  • Catholic Charities of Fairfield County, Inc.
  • Children in Placement - CT, Inc.
  • Chrysalis Center Inc.
  • Community Health Services
  • Community Mental Health Affiliates, Inc. (CMHA)
  • Forge City Works Inc
  • Hands on Harford Inc.
  • Hartford's Camp Courant
  • House of Bread, Inc.
  • Intercommunity, Inc.
  • KNOX, Inc.
  • Malta House of Care, Inc.
  • New Reach, Inc.
  • Power Clean Recovery Corp., dba Move to Heal CT
  • The Center for Children's Advocacy
  • United Community and Family Services, Inc.

  • Boston Community Pediatrics
  • Center for Human Development
  • Community Servings Inc.
  • Dignity Matters, Inc.
  • Doc Wayne Youth Services, Inc.
  • Ellie Fund
  • Healthy Waltham Inc.
  • NeighborWorks Housing Solutions
  • Tech Goes Home Incorporated
  • YMCAs of Massachusetts Inc.

  • Amenity Aid
  • Amos House
  • Aquidneck Community Table
  • AS220
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Rhode Island
  • Camp Surefire Foundation
  • College Visions
  • Connecting for Children and Families, Inc.
  • Day One
  • Federal Hill House Association
  • Healthcentric Advisors
  • Kent County Visiting Nurses Association
  • Martin Luther King Community Center
  • Newport County Community Mental Health Center Inc.
  • The Woonsocket Neighborhood Development Corporation d/b/a NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley
  • Tri-County Community Action Agency - Johnston, RI
  • United Way of Rhode Island, Inc.

A complement to our wide array of national philanthropic initiatives, the Hometown Fund is our way of giving back to the communities we call home. We’re proud to support nonprofits across the region who are making an impact on the lives of individuals in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Karen S. Lynch, President and Chief Executive Officer, CVS Health