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Portfolio Archive

Our Portfolio newsletter, published between 1992 and January 2009, highlighted the work of our grantees and their efforts to improve the health of Californians. Each issue also included:

  • grant application instructions;
  • a listing of recently approved grants;
  • staff profiles; and
  • updates on the Foundation and its grantees.

Final Issue
This archival content is presented in its original format.

This Portfolio issue includes: "Programs and Policies Influence Rates of Teen Pregnancy," "Homeless Youth Find Stability," "Urban Mall for the Homeless,"Staff Profile, How To Apply, Grants List, What's New and Credits.

 

Archive of Portfolio Newsletters

Archive of Newsletters
Winter 2009

Archive of Newsletters
Summer 2008

Archive of Newsletters
Winter 2007/2008

Archive of Newsletters
Fall 2007

Archive of Newsletters
Summer 2007

Archive of Newsletters
Winter 2006-2007

Archive of Newsletters
Summer 2006

Archive of Newsletters
Spring 2006

Archive of Newsletters
Fall 2005

Archive of Newsletters
Summer 2005

Archive of Newsletters
Winter 2005

 

Archive of Newsletters
Summer 2004

Archive of Newsletters
Winter 2004

Archive of Newsletters
Summer 2003

Archive of Newsletters
Spring 2003

Archive of Newsletters
Fall 2002

Archive of Newsletters
Summer 2002

Archive of Newsletters
Spring 2002

Archive of Newsletters
Winter 2002

 

Archive of Newsletters
Fall 2001

Archive of Newsletters
Summer 2001

Archive of Newsletters
Winter 2001

Archive of Newsletters
Fall 2000

Archive of Newsletters
Summer 2000

Archive of Newsletters
Spring 2000

Archive of Newsletters
Winter 2000

Archive of Newsletters
Fall 1999


Our Guiding Principles

Guided by our mission, we pursue the following goals through our grantmaking:

  • To address the particular health needs of traditionally underserved populations, including low-income individuals, people of color, youth and residents of rural areas.
  • To support and strengthen nonprofit organizations that seek to improve the health of underserved populations.
  • To recognize and encourage leaders who are working to increase health and wellness within their communities.
  • To inform policymakers and opinion leaders about important wellness and health care issues.

Mission

The mission of The California Wellness Foundation is to improve the health of the people of California by making grants for health promotion, wellness education and disease prevention.


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