Over the past twenty years, Foundation grants totaling more than $73 million have supported hundreds of community-based programs and projects that promote sustainable improvements in health care access for low-income, vulnerable, and uninsured residents of Massachusetts. We organize our funding priorities into defined program areas, and each area has specific guidelines that describe the Foundation’s goals and the application process for that program. Current funding priorities include promoting strategies to reduce health care costs while maintaining or improving access and quality, connecting low-income patients with coverage and primary care providers, strengthening advocacy for health access, and building the capacity of community-based organizations.

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See our Grant Areas