Grants

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Grants Can BE Simple...

Love for Lily provides grant(s) on a monthly basis. The purpose of our grant program is to ease the burden to under-insured families for ongoing care. The mission of our Grant Program is to provide a helping hand to fill the gap.

Our criteria is simple:

1. The child has been in the NICU for a minimum of 4 consecutive weeks;
2. The child was covered by medical insurance the entire time of their stay in the NICU;
3. Child lives in a community served by a participating hospital – includes life flight states;
4. The child received or has a need for therapy or service; physical, occupational, developmental or speech to name a few. We accept applications for all therapies that can support the wellbeing of your child.  This includes therapies received during your NICU stay. 


All Grant Applications will be reviewed mid-month with distributions made between 1-7th of the following month (subject to verification of supporting documentation and approval by the board of directors).


Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to support your family, we are honored.

                                                           - The Love for Lily Grant Committee 

Child's Name *
Child's Name
Date of Birth
Date of Birth
Date of Discharge or Anticipated Discharge:
Date of Discharge or Anticipated Discharge:
Oxygen, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Development Therapy, Speech Therapy, Vision/Glasses, Acupuncture, to name a few
Your Name:
Your Name:
2nd Applicants Name:
2nd Applicants Name:
Address:
Address:
Phone:
Phone:
Insurance Coverage Start Date:
Insurance Coverage Start Date:
Insurance Coverage End Date:
Insurance Coverage End Date:

Documents Requested for Grant Committee Review: 

  • Proof of time in the NICU – If the child is still in the NICU, proof of time can be provided via letter from the NICU staff or hospital administration.
  • Proof of insurance – copy of insurance card or insurance certificate
  • Copy of Valid Drivers License or state issued ID for the applicant
  • Anything that documents the therapy needed or a copy of anything that reflects the therapy already provided.