In this issue…
Grantees provide preventive health care services for low-income residents in Orange County
The Salud Ambiental, Latinas Tomando Acción (SALTA) program trains residents as environmental health activists
Population Health Improvement
Pooled fund provides support for seven Alameda County school-based health centers
Teenage Pregnancy Prevention
Incarcerated young men learn about teen pregnancy prevention.
Father Gregory Boyle, Matt Sanchez and Gianna Tran receive 2000 California Peace Prize awards
Work and Health
Workers affected by Living Wage Ordinance learn about the benefits of health insurance
Policy analysis aids health advocacy efforts on behalf of low- and middle-income residents.
Also in this issue:
What's New: What's New: Grantees attend TCWF conferences; TCWF selected as "Foundation of the Year;" "Reflections on Strategic Grantmaking" available; Grantees participate in LA Times Festival of Health; Teen pregnancy research available; TCWF prepares for future priority areas; Staff and board kudos; New staff.
Guided by our mission, we pursue the following goals through our grantmaking: