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“Caring for those in need is truly at the heart of the work that we do here at St. Joseph’s,” said Sister Abby Newton, OP, Vice President of Mission Integration and Spiritual Care. “We are proud to support the health of our community and further our healing mission by collaborating with these outstanding community organizations.”
This year’s St. Joseph’s Community Grants were awarded to the following three organizations:
The Community Grants Program was established in 1990 to provide funding to community-based organizations that provide services to individuals in need. Since its inception, the program has distributed over $2,200,000 in grant funding to deserving nonprofit community benefit organizations with an interest in building healthier communities by improving health and living conditions.
St. Joseph Medical Center annually sets aside revenues from operations to fund the community grant awards. The grants program is one way in which St. Joseph’s realizes its health care mission and enhances the advocacy and social justice efforts of its hospitals and its religious and community sponsors. Through this program, St. Joseph’s seeks to partner with other nonprofit organizations that are working to improve the health status and quality of life for the communities we serve.