We award grants to organizations addressing the risk factors for chronic, preventable diseases among populations where there are persistent disparities by ethnicity and/or socioeconomic status.
- There are intervention and education efforts to prevent chronic preventable diseases
- Socioeconomic or ethnic minorities have increased access to care
Hispanic Center of Western Michigan
Multilingual translation and interpretation services related to COVID-19 information and community resources.
DA Blodgett-St. John's
In support of the Together for Kids capital campaign, which will consolidate all operations and integrate services into one central campus location.
Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan
To provide Mental Health First Aid training to staff and volunteers at four nonprofit agencies in the Heartside neighborhood.
Spectrum Health Foundation
For continuation of the Youth Tobacco Prevention Program, a classroom-based tobacco prevention education for K-12 students, including education, advocacy and refusal skill development.
Health Net of West Michigan
To assist clients in navigating between the formal healthcare system and community services that address health-related social needs, advocate for systems change, and leverage Medicaid Outreach match funds.