ClearEstate Cares Grant Winners Announced!

We're giving back to non-profit organizations that help families deal with the pain & challenges of losing a loved one.

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Empathy first

ClearEstate is on a purpose-driven mission to recognize organizations that help families deal with the pain & challenges of losing a loved one. Leading with our empathy-first approach, we've created this grant program as our opportunity to give back to an industry that doesn’t typically get the support, love and attention it deserves.

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$25,000 to those who need it

ClearEstate Cares will award three grants totalling $25,000 to deserving end-of-life-focused non-profit organizations that demonstrate empathy, compassion and care in what they do.  Our intention is that these funds will be used to improve facilities and operations or in any other ways so long as it improves the quality of care for patients.


The Grant Winners

The Genuine Care Grant

Asset 4@2x-1

Awarded to:
Community Hospice Inc. of Central Valley

A $15,000 grant to the non-profit organization that leads with an empathy-first approach, creating the best overall experience for both patients and families going through the end-of-life process with a loved one.


The Accountability Grant

Asset 2@2x-2

Awarded to:
Providence TrinityCare Foundation

A $7,500 grant to the non-profit organization where the team shows the greatest ownership for their patient's well-being.


The Empathy Grant

Asset 3@2x-2

Awarded to:
Caring House

A $2,500 grant to the non-profit organization that shows the most compassion to the families affected by the painful loss of a loved one.


Watch: About the ClearEstate Cares Program

Who can I contact for more information?

Inquiries can be sent to 

To be announced: ClearEstate Cares 2023

Submit this form to receive more information about our 2023 initiatives.

2022 Program Rules and Regulations

Review and Evaluation of Grant Submissions

If the submission is within ClearEstate Cares Guidelines and is being considered for a grant, an organization may be asked to provide more complete information before a decision is made. A non-acceptance response to an organization's submission does not reflect, in any way, a negative appraisal of the prospective organization or the value of its programs and services.

ClearEstate will not consider grants for:


Those that discriminate in its programs, activities or hiring policies. 

Those affiliated with any national organization or chapter that discriminates on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion, disability, medical condition, sex or gender (including pregnancy), gender identity and/or expression (including a transgender identity), sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law. 

Organizations that will use the grant to support political parties, candidates or lobbying activities, publications, fraternal or labor organizations, advertising, capital campaigns or endowments. 

Religious organizations.

For-profit entities, including start-up small businesses.


More Information to Consider 

Applicant must be based in California.
Non-profit 501(c)3 status, or a fiscal agent with this status.


Who is eligible to apply?

Any California-based non-profit specializing in end-of-life care must be able to provide proof of being a 501(c)3 organization.

My organization is a for-profit organization that specializes in end-of-life care. Are we eligible?

Unfortunately, no. We are only accepting submissions from non-profit organizations.

Can my end-of-life-focused non-profit apply for the grant if we are based outside of California?

Unfortunately, no. All organizations must be California-based non-profits that specialize in end-of-life care.