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Mission

We work toward a future of equity, health, and prosperity for all Californians.

Announcement

Grant announcement

September 2022

Foundation wraps 2022 grantmaking with $11.5 million to build health equity and end domestic violence

“These 26 grants are, each in their own way, fueling the change we want to see in California.”


— Debbie I. Chang, MPH, Foundation President & CEO
Our Mission
Integrity - Partnership - Possibility - Equity - Dignity

Our Mission

Blue Shield of California Foundation supports lasting and equitable solutions to make California the healthiest state and to end domestic violence.

About Us

What We Do
80% of health outcomes are not tied to health care

What We Do

Well-being for California communities

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.

From our newsroom

From our newsrooom

Domestic violence is healable and preventable, and our new resource at LetsEndDV.org highlights the visionary work that community and field leaders are taking on to end it.

Reflections on our shifts in strategy, processes, and people.

Forging equitable futures for student parents, the cost of childcare in America, and more.

Meaningful progress toward health equity is only possible when the California communities most affected by inequities have the power to set their own prevention priorities — and public systems are prepared to support those priorities.

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Resources + Ideas

Latest insights

What we're learning from our grantees, staff, and partners

Part of a map depicting systems involved in domestic violence

Changing the conversation about domestic violence

A behind-the-scenes look at our campaign to shift perceptions.

 

Sonya Young Adam, Lucia Corral Pena, and Sandra Henriquez pose together

Centering the lived experience for domestic violence prevention

Learn how Reimagine Lab’s leaders brought the program's results to life at the recent 2022 National Coalition Against Domestic Violence conference in St. Louis.

SPARC leader Shannon Riley and SPARC leader Lisa Quilan with her children

Student leaders pave the way for change

Shannon Riley and Lisa Quilan, leaders from Project SPARC, share their experiences reimagining CalWORKS.