The Cleft Palate Foundation (CPF) has funded research related to cleft and craniofacial anomalies since 1989 and has proudly awarded over half a million dollars in research funding to date.
Research grants are each awarded for a period of one year and range from $5,000 to $10,000 in funding. Many researchers find that CPF grants provide necessary seed money for projects, serving as an impetus for future funding from larger granting agencies.
The application deadline for 2016 Research Grant consideration is
February 15, 2016.
Please check back soon for 2016 CPF Research Grant Applications.
Grant Management System provided by WizeHive
Additional information and materials:
- CPF Research Grant Descriptions
- Terms and Conditions
- Grant Criteria
- Research Agenda
- Grant History
- An excerpt from a past CPF funded proposal can be viewed here.
Please note: this example is not offered as a guideline for formatting and is not the complete application.
- CPF Research Grant Budget
Please note: The Excel version of the budget is interactive. After saving this application to your computer, you may complete and print it. Guidelines: Request no more than 1 year of support. Select an appropriate beginning and end date for the research being done. It is not necessary to include the cost of copies, faxes, or phone calls. Do not request publication costs or travel costs for presentation of results.
The announcement of awarded funding will be made at the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association’s Annual Meeting Awards Luncheon, where researchers and their institutions will be recognized.
For more information, please contact us.
If you are interested in supporting the CPF Research Fund, please visit our donation page here.