Hearst Foundations Present Spring 2018 Grants
April 24, 2018 - Hearst
The Hearst Foundations have announced that 79 grants valued at $8,900,000 have been awarded to deserving nonprofit organizations. The Foundations serve as a national philanthropic resource for cultural, educational, health and social service organizations and dedicate millions of dollars in grants quarterly. This season, Hearst Foundations’ grants included a first-time grant to EDWINS, a restaurant and culinary school which teaches formerly incarcerated individuals to be classically trained chefs in French cuisine.
The Hearst Foundations—which operate independently from Hearst—act as a unified national philanthropic resource for organizations and institutions working in the fields of education, health, culture and social service. Their work helps to ensure that people of all backgrounds have the opportunity to build healthy, productive and inspiring lives.
Since their creation in the 1940s, the Hearst Foundations have awarded more than 20,000 grants, reflecting the philanthropic interests of William Randolph Hearst. Grant proposals are submitted by organizations across the country, reviewed and vetted by the Foundations’ staff based in San Francisco and New York. They are then brought before the Foundations’ Board of Directors for approval.
Details on the organizations presented with grants in March 2018 are listed below.
Aurora Health Care, Inc., Milwaukee, WI: To support the expansion and replication of an innovative model of care for older adults with complex healthcare needs.
California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, CA: To support The Clinical Neuroethics Initiative of the Program in Medicine and Human Values.
Caridad Center, Boynton Beach, FL: To provide general support.
Center for Youth Wellness, San Francisco, CA: To support the national expansion of a program to train and guide pediatricians in screening and treating children for Adverse Childhood Experiences.
Children's Hospital & Medical Center, Omaha, NE: To support the Nursing Scholarship Program.
Children's Hospital of Orange County, Orange, CA: To support the new Children's Mental Health Center.
Children's Medical Center Dallas, Dallas, TX: To increase access to quality medical care to underserved children in North Texas.
CHRISTUS Hospital St. Elizabeth, Beaumont, TX: To purchase defibrillators for the Emergency Department.
J. David Gladstone Institutes, San Francisco, CA: To support the Career Development Pathway for Young Scientists.
Jewish Family & Career Services, Atlanta, GA: To support Ben Massell Dental Clinic in providing comprehensive oral care and on-site access to primary, mental and vision health services.
John Muir Health, Walnut Creek, CA: To support the Family Medicine Residency Program.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital, Los Angeles, CA: To support the two-year pilot phase of Transitions to Practice, a new, innovative nurse training program.
Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, Memphis, TN: To improve access to health care in the Hispanic and Latino community.
Siloam Health, Nashville, TN: To provide healthcare for Nashville's uninsured, immigrant and refugee communities.
St. Mary's Healthcare System for Children, Bayside, NY: Toward the capital campaign to add 21 ventilator-equipped beds.
StrivRight Auditory Oral School of NY, Brooklyn, NY: Toward facility expansion to provide increased services and resources for children with hearing impairments.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - New York City Chapter, New York, NY: Toward the "Beat Acute Myeloid Leukemia" initiative.
Trinitas Regional Medical Center, Elizabeth, NJ: Toward the acquisition of a 3D mammography system at the new Connie Dwyer Breast Center.
Youth Villages, Memphis, TN: To expand the Center for Intensive Residential Treatment, serving emotionally-troubled young people.
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