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1 Grants Approved by the Board in March 2015 An organization approved for funding by the Board must execute and return a grant agreement before receiving funding. 18 Reasons For core operating support to sustain preventive health education on nutrition and healthy cooking to residents of underserved Bay Area communities. Action Network Gualala, CA Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival Vallejo, CA $25,000 over one year For project support to implement and support the revitalization of Native American languages in California as a health and wellness strategy. Berkeley Repertory Theatre Berkeley, CA $115,000 over one year For project support for Anna Deavere Smith s new theatrical production project addressing the issue of the school-toprison pipeline in California s education system. Bloom Again Foundation Pasadena, CA

2 The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University / Center of Excellence in Diversity in Medical Education Palo Alto, CA $100,000 over two years For core operating support to provide support services for underrepresented minority students at community colleges interested in pursuing careers in the health professions. California Community Foundation $300,000 over two years For core operating support for the Los Angeles County Juvenile Justice Collaborative to sustain policy advocacy efforts to address youth incarceration and its impact on health and wellness. Campaign for College Opportunity $100,000 over two years For core operating support to develop and implement policy and coalition strategies to improve college access and increase numbers of underrepresented minority students at California community colleges and California State Universities entering the health professions. Center for Media Change, Inc. For core operating support to improve health outcomes through career planning and job placement for youth trained by the organization in technology career skills. Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice $150,000 over two years For core operating support to monitor and advocate for effective violence prevention policies and programs in California. Charitable Ventures of Orange County, Inc. / Orange County Women's Health Project Santa Ana, CA

3 Charles Drew University of Medicine & Science $95,000 over 9 months For project support to engage community stakeholders in the planning process for the Women of Color and HIV/AIDS/STIs Initiative by conducting focus groups and interviews and preparing a comprehensive report detailing and analyzing stakeholder input. Community Partners / African American Board Leadership Institute $150,000 over two years For core operating support to continue to develop a pipeline of qualified African American candidates for membership on nonprofit boards and state commissions. Community Partners / idream for Racial Health Equity Community Partners / Southern California Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health Community Partners / The California Senior Leaders Alliance Day Worker Center of Mountain View Mountain View, CA

4 Desert AIDS Project Palm Springs, CA $200,000 over three years For core operating support to sustain oral health care for low-income adults and seniors living with HIV and AIDS in eastern Riverside County and the Yucca Valley High Desert region of San Bernardino County. Eisner Pediatric & Family Medical Center $225,000 over three years For project support to create a more fully integrated health and social services delivery system for patients in South and Central Los Angeles. Enroll America Washington, DC $180,000 over two years For project support for local partners to maximize Affordable Care Act enrollment and retention efforts in California. Feminist Majority Foundation Beverly Hills, CA Food Bank Contra Costa and Solano Concord, CA Food Bank of El Dorado County Cameron Park, CA

5 Foundation for California Community Colleges Sacramento, CA $75,000 over one year For project support for the California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office to strengthen the capacity of community college districts to support the health, well-being and higher education success of current and former foster youth. Funders for Lesbian and Gay Issues, Inc. New York, NY $150,000 over two years For core operating support to continue to provide convening, technical assistance and research to funders to help them maximize their impact on the health of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in California. Garment Worker Center Health Alliance of Northern California Redding, CA For core operating support for ongoing network activities to strengthen the health care safety net in rural Northern California. Health For All, Inc. Sacramento, CA $175,000 over two years For core operating support to continue to provide primary medical services to residents of Sacramento. Inland Empire Breastfeeding Coalition Riverside, CA

6 Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank San Diego, CA Liberty Hill Foundation $300,000 over two years For core operating support to sustain the development of "Green Zones" and a "Green Growth Corridor" to improve the health of residents in underserved communities in the Los Angeles region. Liberty Social Services Library Foundation of Los Angeles $150,000 over two years For project support for Covered California and Medi-Cal outreach and enrollment, and health care utilization workshops. Los Angeles City College Foundation For core operating support for the Guardian Scholars Program to sustain services supporting the health, well-being and higher education success of current and former foster youth at Los Angeles City College. Mandela MarketPlace Incorporated $275,000 over three years For core operating support to sustain efforts to improve the food system in Oakland by increasing availability of healthy foods in underserved neighborhoods.

7 Mary Magdalene Project, Inc. Van Nuys, CA Michael G. Santos Foundation $300,000 over three years For core operating support to improve health outcomes for formerly incarcerated youth and adults through asset building; job training, creation and placement; and education of policymakers. National Black Women's Justice Institute $95,000 over 9 months For project support to engage community stakeholders in the Re-Entry Women and Employment Initiative planning process by conducting focus groups and interviews and preparing a comprehensive report detailing and analyzing stakeholder input. North Coast Clinics Network Eureka, CA For core operating support for ongoing network activities to strengthen the health care safety net in the north coast region of California. Opportunity Junction, Inc. Antioch, CA $200,000 over three years For core operating support to enable low-income residents of East Contra Costa County to get and keep good jobs to improve health outcomes. Orange County Conservation Corps Anaheim, CA For core operating support to provide employment and social support services to at-risk young adults ages 18 to 25 throughout Orange County to improve health outcomes.

8 Pico National Network / PICO California $200,000 over two years For core operating support to continue community organizing efforts to support violence prevention policies that can improve neighborhood health and safety in California. PolicyLink $500,000 over three years For core operating support to advance a health equity policy agenda in California. Public Health Institute / Berkeley Media Studies Group $250,000 over one year For project support for a series of cohort-based technical assistance sessions focused on strategic public health communication for a subset of grantees that no longer fit under the Advancing Wellness grant guidelines. Public Health Institute / California Health Workforce Alliance $100,000 over two years For core operating support for the California Health Workforce Alliance to continue to develop and implement statewide and regional strategies and policies to increase the diversity of the state's health care workforce. Public Health Institute / Center for Collaborative Planning $95,000 over 9 months For project support for the Center for Collaborative Planning to provide planning, coordination and logistical support for a Cal Wellness retreat on health professions diversity for at least 50 health care workforce diversity leaders and advocates. Public Health Institute / Center for Collaborative Planning $155,000 over one year For project support for the Center for Collaborative Planning to support the planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation of a grantee convening on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act in California.

9 Public Health Institute $50,000 over 9 months For project support to prepare a comprehensive literature review and report on the impact of physical health and mental health challenges (including trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder) on employment opportunities and outcomes for formerly incarcerated women. Public Policy Institute of California $150,000 over two years For project support for research to assess the enrollment of justice-involved individuals in health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, examine outcomes and identify best practices. REDF $120,000 over two years For core operating support to enhance a portfolio of social enterprises that employ individuals with significant barriers to employment to improve health outcomes. Regents of the University of California, Los Angeles / Labor Occupational Safety and Health Program Regents of the University of California, Los Angeles / Sustainable Technology Policy Program Regents of the University of California, Los Angeles / University of California, Los Angeles, Academic Advancement Program $100,000 over two years For core operating support for the Academic Advancement Program to continue to provide support services for underrepresented minority students interested in pursuing careers in the health professions.

10 Regents of the University of California, San Francisco / Fresno Latino Center for Medical Education and Research $100,000 over two years For core operating support for the California Health Professions Consortium, a coalition of organizations and pipeline programs working to develop and implement statewide strategies and policies to increase the diversity of the state's health workforce. Regents of the University of California, San Francisco / The Women's HIV Program at the University of California, San Francisco $50,000 over 9 months For project support to prepare a comprehensive literature review and report about the impact of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder among women of color at risk for, or living with, HIV, AIDS and/or other STIs to support the initiative planning process. The Reset Foundation $180,000 over two years For project support to develop and launch a residential campus alternative to prison that focuses on the education and well-being of young adult males facing incarceration for nonserious crimes in the San Francisco Bay Area. Richmond Community Foundation Richmond, CA $200,000 over two years For core operating support for the Operation Peacemaker Fellowship, a leadership program that helps boys and men of color build their networks and connections to their communities as a violence prevention strategy. Rockwood Leadership Institute $250,000 over two years For project support for the Rockwood Fellowship for a New California: Developing Leaders in Immigrant Communities to improve the health and well-being of immigrant communities in California.

11 Sacramento City Unified School District / Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School Sacramento, CA $100,000 over two years For core operating support for the Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School to continue to provide academic and career development programs for low-income students of color in Sacramento interested in pursuing careers in the health professions. Sacramento District Dental Foundation Sacramento, CA For core operating support to sustain dental care for low-income adults and seniors in the greater Sacramento region. Sacramento Food Bank Services Sacramento, CA Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties San Jose, CA Shelter From the Storm, Inc. Palm Desert, CA Sierra Family Medical Clinic, Inc. Nevada City, CA $175,000 over three years For core operating support to continue to provide primary medical services to residents of rural Nevada County and surrounding communities.

12 Sierra Vista Child & Family Services / The BRIDGE Community Center Modesto, CA Social Impact Fund $200,000 over two years For project support to recruit and train a diverse group of individuals in key public positions related to violence prevention, and juvenile and criminal justice. South Los Angeles Homeless TAY and Foster Care Collaborative Tides Center / Californians for Safety and Justice $300,000 over two years For project support to promote alternatives to incarceration as a violence prevention strategy in California counties through a regranting, technical assistance and convening program. UFW Foundation $175,000 over three years For core operating support to conduct outreach to farmworker communities to enroll them in health coverage and safety net programs, and educate policymakers about health coverage for immigrants. United Women of East Africa San Diego, CA

13 University of Southern California / University of Southern California, Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging WomenShelter of Long Beach Long Beach, CA Worksafe, Inc. YEAH! Berkeley, CA ZeroDivide $249,000 over one year For project support for a series of technical assistance sessions focused on technology for a subset of grantees that no longer fit under the Advancing Wellness grant guidelines.

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