What Are the California Community Foundation’s 2014 Funding Priorities?

CCF recently announced $1,470,000 in new grants to nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles County. Healthcare was a big focus. But here are a few other funding trends that are likely to shape the remaining three 2014 funding cycles.
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The California Endowment Pours Over $7 Million into Los Angeles Medicaid Enrollment

The California Endowment poured over $7 million into Medi-Cal outreach and enrollment efforts in Los Angeles County. Nearly 60% of the state's uninsured population is Latino, and the Endowment is putting its Latino community connections to the test.
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What are “Medical Homes” and How Are They Revolutionizing Primary Care?

UCLA and USC began climbing an uphill battle together to make effective primary care a reality in a complex, disconnected health care system. To kick off the project, the UniHealth Foundation awarded the hospitals' program a three-year $750,000 grant.
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Here's How the UniHealth Foundation is Putting an End to Childhood Obesity

The childhood obesity epidemic is getting more serious every year, and low-income kids in Los Angeles aren't getting the treatment and counseling they need to get healthy. The UniHealth Foundation saw hope in a UCLA telehealth appointment pilot program to overcome access barriers, and the results are incredibly promising.
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Meet Patrick Soon-Shiong, The Richest Man in Los Angeles Who's Picking Up Where Bill Gates Left Off

The University of California Global Health Institute just received yet another $4 million grant from the Chan Soon-Shiong Family. And this time, the surgeon-turned-philanthropist didn't even try to keep his name out of the papers.
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