The city’s health department established the fund to develop and manage programs that improve residents’ health and well-being and create a healthier environment. This two-year grant supports the implementation of “Active Design Guidelines,” a template for promoting structural designs that foster healthy living and support environmentally sound construction.
The university is home to the National Health Policy Forum, a nonpartisan organization that offers federal health policymakers high-level, unbiased information and analysis on key health-policy issues. This two-year grant allows the forum to expand knowledge and understanding of new models of primary care, the health care safety net, population health, nonmedical determinants of health, and the public health infrastructure.
The university is home to the National Health Policy Forum, a nonpartisan organization that offers federal health policymakers high-level, unbiased information and analysis on key health-policy issues. This two-year grant supports the forum’s programming in the areas of health-insurance expansions and market reform, public health and safety-net institutions, and determinants of health and well-being.
The urban research university anchors the College of Law’s Center for Law, Health & Society, which operates the Health Law Partnership, a medical-legal collaborative that addresses the social, environmental, and economic factors impacting the health of low-income and minority children. Funding helps extend public-health legal services to vulnerable youngsters served by Children’s Hospital at Hughes Spalding.
The national consulting group works with foundations to design and execute financial, social, and environmental investments that support their philanthropic missions and program objectives. GPS is using this grant to explore how different types of funding can be leveraged to finance a range of community-level projects designed to improve health outcomes for vulnerable populations and lower costs.
The nonprofit educational organization serves as a resource center for grantmakers and others seeking expertise and information on the field of health philanthropy. This grant funds our one-year membership in Grantmakers and supports its ongoing work.
The nonprofit educational organization serves as a resource center for grantmakers and others seeking expertise and information on the field of health philanthropy. This grant funds our annual membership in Grantmakers and helps to support the organization’s efforts to strengthen the grantmaking community’s knowledge, skills, and effectiveness.
The nonprofit educational organization serves as a resource center for grantmakers and others seeking expertise in and information on health philanthropy. This grant is being used to create a “Mission Investing Guide,” a primer for health-focused foundations that are new to the field of mission-related investments.
The nation’s third-largest broadcasting station for public television is responsible for the PBS NewsHour, which serves more than 6 million viewers and listeners with its daily news reporting and analysis. A three-year grant enables the PBS NewsHour to continue its extensive, in-depth coverage of health care reform implementation while promoting robust dialogue on health care issues.
The diverse, multiracial organization strives to protect the health of vulnerable communities from environmental pollution, including contamination from hazardous-waste landfills. Aided by a three-year grant, Greenaction is pressing government agencies and policymakers to enforce regulations on polluting industries and to consider the cumulative health impacts of chemical-waste disposal in their policy decisions.