Allegany Franciscan Ministries and Trinity Health, serve together in the spirit of the Gospel as a compassionate and transforming healing presence within our communities
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation works identify the most pressing health issues facing America. We believe that good health and health care are essential to the well-being and stability of our society and the vitality of our families and communities. Our work is guided by a fundamental premise: We are stewards of private funds that must be used in the public’s interest. Together with our grantees and collaborators, we strive to bring about meaningful, lasting change—with the goal of building a Culture of Health that enables all in our diverse society to lead healthier lives, now and for generations to come.
Florida Blue Foundation is a trade name of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Foundation, Inc., and is a separate philanthropic affiliate of Florida Blue, Florida’s Blue Cross and Blue Shield company. Founded in 2001, the mission of the Foundation is to help people and communities achieve better health. The Foundation strategically allocates grants toward philanthropic, community-based solutions through its focus areas and programs that focus on health solutions in the health care system, multicultural and growing populations, and critical issues of affordability, access and quality.
The DentaQuest Foundation was established in 2000. Our mission is to improve the oral health of all. The Foundation collaborates with partners in communities across the United States, connecting key stakeholders, raising awareness, and supporting solutions. We seek to achieve our mission by investing our efforts in four systems — Policy, Funding, Care and Community.
In our vision of success: Populations have better oral health and less disease through greater access to quality care and prevention. Providers (dental and non-dental) and Patients work together to effectively prevent and manage oral disease. Reimbursement (public and private payers) is based on improved outcomes rather than procedures. Private funders achieve greater system and community impact to improve oral health. Policymakers have a clear vision of an optimal health system that includes oral health and have sound data and best practices to make policy and funding decisions.
The Kresge Foundation is a $3.5 billion private, national foundation that works to expand opportunities in America’s cities through grantmaking and investing in arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services, community development in Detroit. In collaboration with our grantees and partners, we seek to use these grantmaking and investing tools to create pathways for vulnerable people to improve their life circumstances and join the economic mainstream.
The Grants Collaborative of Tampa Bay is composed of local professionals whose primary job responsibilities include grant planning, proposal writing and/or resource development. Over 55 Members include a broad representation from non-profit human service agencies, local government, independent for-profit consultants, schools, colleges and universities, funding sources and those seeking funding. Formed in 1993 as the Pinellas Grants Collaborative, the name was changed in 2006 to reflect the organization’s regional membership. Incorporated as a 501(c)(6), we are now known as the Grants Collaborative of Tampa Bay, Inc.
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg aims to improve the health and well-being of our community through initiatives that create sustainable, effective improvements to quality of life.