Prior grant making has focused on capital grants to hospitals for equipment and data management solutions, endowed fellowships, funding to youth organizations for scouting-related programs, support for poor or homeless women being treated for breast cancer, primary care for homeless women, job programs, college prep programs, vocational programs for autistic young adults, food programs, and afterschool programs. Funding is also made for programs that serve the mentally ill.
The foundation makes grants for capital, infrastructure, program development, and research.
- Education / Job Training
- Health and Wellness
- Youth / Children and Families