Children's Miracle Network Grants
Children's Miracle Network of El Paso provides funding for critical support of El Paso Children's Hospital. Grants are provided in four key areas:
- Family Care
- Clinical Services and Equipment
- Staff Training and Development
- Staff Career Development Scholarships
Please note all grants are subject to availability of funds.
Family Care Grant
Children's Miracle Network Family Care grants supports the special medical needs of El Paso Children's Hospital patients and families who are under a financial strain and have exhausted all other available sources of funding.
Staff Training and Development Grant
Children’s Miracle Network Staff Training and Development grants support specific training needs of staff at El Paso Children’s involved in the development of new and specialized programs aimed at the advancement of highly specialized, state-of-the-art programs for children’s healthcare. These awards may be requested for licensing, certification, travel to meetings, books and registration, or tuition fees for the . Salary support is not an eligible cost.
Clinical Services & Equipment Grant
Children’s Miracle Network Clinical Services & Equipment grants support projects and equipment that enhance the clinical care of patients at El Paso Children’s Hospital or the development of clinical pathways specific to the treatment of children.
CMN Clinical Services & Equipment Grant Guidelines
CMN Clinical Services & Equipment Grant Form
Staff Scholarship Grant
Children’s Miracle Network Staff Scholarship grants support educational needs of the staff (individuals) at El Paso Children’s Hospital aimed at improving the health and welfare of children. These awards may be requested to cover the costs of books, training registration, or tuition reimbursement for the development of highly specialized, state of the art programs for children’s healthcare. These funds cannot be used for licensing, certification, or training support.
Research Development Grant
Children's Miracle Network Research Development grant supports research projects on the El Paso Children’s campus aimed at improving the health and welfare of children; or elaborating principles of biology or disease processes that have an impact on the health and welfare of children. These projects may be of a clinical or experimental nature. While all funded proposals must be meritorious, priority will be given to investigators submitting pilot project proposals (new studies not funded by other sources) with the likelihood of leading to new extramural grant submissions. This award will fund a single pre-eminent research project of clinical or experimental nature that will have the potential of significant impact on the health and welfare of children. The award may be up to $25,000 annually for each of two continuous years. No administrative overhead or indirect costs will be supported.
CMN Research Development Grant Guidelines
CMN Research Development Grant Form