CHF highlights our commitment to the foundation’s vision, values, and relationship with grantee partners as we implement our new strategic plan.
The Consumer Health Foundation affirms a vision of “a region and a nation in which everyone has an equal opportunity to live a healthy and dignified life.”
The Consumer Health Foundation completes its strategic plan for 2014-2016.
The Consumer Health Foundation issues its new grantmaking guidelines for 2014.
We envision a region and a nation in which everyone has an equal opportunity to live a healthy and dignified life. By “everyone,” we mean all people regardless of race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, education or income.
The mission of the Consumer Health Foundation is to advocate for health and racial equity through programs and investments that advance the health and well-being of low-income communities and communities of color.
The Consumer Health Foundation completed its strategic plan for 2014-2016. CHF also issued its new grantmaking guidelines based on the programmatic priorities and spending plan approved by the Board.
The Consumer Health Foundation hosted its annual meeting last month on the topic of implicit bias. The audience of 150 grantee, foundation, and other partners were treated to dynamic talks by john powell (Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society), Carlee Beth Hawkins (Project Implicit), and Brian Smedley (The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies). There was so…