Foundation directs $3.4 million to end domestic violence and make California the healthiest state
“We are proud to be a catalyst for statewide impact by elevating some of California’s strongest community leaders.”
Blue Shield of California Foundation supports lasting and equitable solutions to make California the healthiest state and to end domestic violence.
80% of health outcomes are not tied to health care—which is why we target root causes in our work to promote health equity and end domestic violence. We have carefully honed our strategies to focus on the following three areas:
We are implementing a refined strategic framework and measurement model that build on our existing efforts.
Spotlighting the impact of collaboratives we support as they bring those with lived experience of violence and trauma to the center of the dialogue.
Through 14 grants in the first quarter of 2023, we're fueling organizations with $3.4 million toward building the coalitions, networks, and systems changes that will make California the healthiest state and end domestic violence.
Strategies to achieve health equity and end domestic violence come to life on screen.
Lessons along the way to ending domestic violence and achieving health equity.
"The Guaranteed Income Pooled Fund provides us with the opportunity to invest in a first-of-its-kind statewide initiative that creates a path to economic security, and one that ultimately leads to greater health equity and well-being in communities where it is needed most,” said Asma Day, program manager working to strengthen economic security and mobility at Blue Shield of California Foundation.
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