Nearly half of kids in the U.S. have experienced some form of trauma, which makes them more susceptible to obesity, heart disease and cancer later on. We dive into RWJF's new work in this emerging area.
BBRF's fellowship support for young scientists is on the low side, but it's been crucial to get their work off the ground and qualify for further funding. We take a look at the latest "catalyst" grants to go out the door.
Amid growing research on trauma and other mental health issues affecting children, the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health is giving this area lots of attention in one state.
We look at the first round of grants from the Well Being Trust, a new health legacy funder giving millions to mental health groups in California.
Here's the deal with Florida's Blue Cross-affiliated foundation and how you can get a piece of its millions—including for work on mental health.
With an eye out for vulnerable people who can't afford healthcare, the St. David’s Foundation is an important grantmaker in Central Texas. And its makes some seriously large grants.
Once considered just another Jewish funder, Ruderman Family Foundation has emerged as a leaderin the field of disability inclusion. Here's what RFF is doing locally in Boston—and nationally and globally..
In a tough funding space, it's always encouraging to follow the grantmaking of the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation (BBRF), which is one of the world’s leading funders of mental health research.
Many people who've watched family members struggle with problems like heroin addiction guard their privacy. Which is why a recent $25 million gift for addiction medicine is unusual—and important.
Working with horses to aid human health treatments has grown in popularity, but is it proven effective? One funder is making grants to bolster the body of research on the subject.
Poses is a low-profile New York City funder that makes grants in five focus areas with a particular interest in learning and attention issues that affect one in five children.
As part of our ongoing look at fundraising strategies, we hear from the head of a nonprofit that helps people with developmental disabilities live independently. Bringing in the bucks isn't easy.
The Episcopal Health Foundation in Texas is one of the largest state-focused health funders in the country. Its priorities offer a broader window into where healthcare philanthropy has been heading.
Mental illness, especially depression, helps drive many of the problems that philanthropy is tackling. Are more funders finally getting that this is a ripe area for high-leverage giving?
The Arnold Foundation is unusual in the way it's less interested in moving the needle on specific issues than on improving the quality of all social interventions. Now it's looking at mental health.