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1 HP GRANTS LIST Bay Area Video Coalition, Inc. (San Francisco, CA) Creative and Factory Programs Organization: Project support to engage emerging and mid-career media makers in developing social justice-based projects that give voice to under-represented communities. $23,600 Arts & Culture: ACP - Obj1 - Art $40,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance $25,000 Health: HP - Obj3 - Capacity Building $11,400 Jewish Life and Values: JLV - Obj2 - Interfaith Center for Community Change (Washington, DC) Young Invincibles Organization: To support the Youth Health Care Education, Mobilization and Engagement Project of Young Invincibles, a project of the Center for Community Change. Working in eight states, Young Invincibles will create volunteer teams of youth leaders on campuses and off, build state networks of youth organizations to coordinate with state advocates and national partners, support youth-focused health care advocacy campaigns, develop young adult spokespeople who can generate media attention regarding the benefits of the ACA, and reach over one million young adults with targeted, innovative health care education campaigns. $100,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access

2 Center for Rural Affairs (Lyons, NE) A Sustained Rural Voice for Health Policy Total Award: $200,000 over 12 Months Organization: To support A Sustained Rural Voice for Health Policy, a project of the Center for Rural Affairs (CFRA). In the coming year CFRA will work in Nebraska, Montana and other states in the Midwest and Great Plains to promote the effective implementation of national health care reform on the state level and educate the public about the impacts of health spending proposals on rural communities. CFRA also will work actively on the federal level to ensure that the concerns and priorities of rural health consumers are reflected in implementation decisions by national regulators. $155,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $45,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI) Got Health Care? Campaign Total Award: $75,000 over 12 Months Organization: To support the Got Health Care? Campaign, a project of Citizen Action of Wisconsin, to significantly increase access to quality, affordable health care, ensure that consumers have control over their own health care decisions, reduce disparities based on race and income, and spread responsibility fairly between employers, providers and the health care industry in Wisconsin. $75,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access

3 Community Catalyst, Inc. (Boston, MA) The Affordable Care Act Implementation Fund Total Award: $1,000,000 over 24 Months Organization: To support the Affordable Care Act Implementation Fund, a project of Community Catalyst, to strengthen state-based systems of advocacy that have the potential to significantly impact implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Over the next two years, Community Catalyst will engage national, state and local funders and provide timely and strategic grants from this pooled fund to statebased advocacy organizations that will promote consumer interests as national health reform is implemented. $240,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $240,000 Health: HP - Obj3 - Capacity Building $150,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $150,000 Health: HP - Obj3 - Capacity Building $120,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance $100,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance Florida Community Health Action Information Network, Inc. (Jupiter, FL) Total Award: $75,000 over 12 Months Organization: For general support to Florida Community Health Action Information Network, Inc., a statewide consumer health advocacy organization, to promote effective consumer-focused implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Florida and educate the public about the importance of a strong, well-funded Medicaid program. $75,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access

4 Freedom to Marry, Inc. (New York, NY) Organization: Discretionary\Core (PAG) To assure LGBT people equal access to employer-based health insurance and health care as well as other rights and responsibilities associated with being legally married under federal law by strengthening public support for an end to discrimination in marriage. $50,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $10,000 Arts & Culture: ACP - Obj4 - Policy $25,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance $10,000 Ecological Innovation: EI - Obj2 - Institutional Accountability $5,000 Jewish Life and Values: JLV - Obj1 - Jewish Social Justice Grantmakers in Health (Washington, DC) Total Award: $9,000 over 12 Months Organization: For general support of Grantmakers in Health, a nonprofit, educational organization whose mission is to help grantmakers improve the nation's health by strengthening grantmakers' knowledge, skills, and effectiveness and fostering commmunication and collaboration among grantmakers and with others through forums, workshops, publications and other special services. $3,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $3,000 Health: HP - Obj2 - Environmental Health $3,000 Health: HP - Obj3 - Capacity Building

5 Greater Boston Interfaith Organization Sponsoring Committee, Inc. (Dorchester, MA) Massachusetts Health Care Cost Containment Project Total Award: $75,000 over 12 Months Organization: To support the Massachusetts Health Care Cost Containment Campaign, a project of the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO), to ensure that implementation of health reform in Massachusetts serves the needs of low and moderate-income residents of the state. This year, GBIO will continue to engage consumers in the public discussion about containing costs and improving the quality of health care in the context of federal reform. To this end, it will develop a team of faith leaders to play a public role in the cost and quality debate, refine and expand GBIO's consumer-focused policy recommendations, and move into active negotiations with policy makers and other stakeholders over the best approach to these challenges. $25,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $25,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance $25,000 Jewish Life and Values: JLV - Obj2 - Interfaith Health Care for All, Inc. (Boston, MA) Organization: For general support to create a consumer-centered health care system in Massachusetts that provides comprehensive, affordable, accessible, culturally competent, high-quality care for everyone, especially the most vulnerable. In the coming year, HCFA will continue to work to ensure maximum enrollment and retention in existing coverage programs, preserve and strengthen health care access and affordability, advance fundamental reform of the health care payment and delivery systems, and ensure that federal reform implementation strengthens the health care system in the state. $81,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $19,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance

6 Maryland Citizens Health Initiative Education Fund, Inc. (Baltimore, MD) Total Award: $55,000 over 12 Months Organization: For the Maryland Citizens Health Initiative Education Fund (MCHI) to create a health care system that guarantees access to high quality, affordable health care for all Marylanders. In the coming year, MCHI and its 1200 member coalition will educate the public about the Affordable Care Act and will work closely with policy makers and health system experts to ensure effective and consumer-focused implementation of national health care reform in their state. $55,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access National Women's Law Center (Washington, DC) Women and Health Reform Project Total Award: $275,000 over 12 Months Organization: To support the Women and Health Reform Project, a project of the National Women's Law Center, to ensure that implementation of national health care reform will provide access to affordable, comprehensive health care for women, especially low-income women. In the coming year, the Center will fight legal and other threats to the law, produce research and analysis, and educate the public, policy makers and the media to promote robust implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. $112,500 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $112,500 Health: HP - Obj3 - Capacity Building $50,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance

7 Pacific Institute for Community Organizations (Oakland, CA) Bringing Health Care Reform Home Total Award: $150,000 over 12 Months Organization: To support Bringing Health Reform Home, a project of the PICO National Network, to help local communities identify and benefit from the opportunities presented by national health care reform, while building a powerful national faith voice that will publicly make the case for effective implementation of the Affordable Care Act and for strong, well-financed Medicaid and Medicare programs. $100,000 Health: HP - Obj2 - Environmental Health $10,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance $40,000 Jewish Life and Values: JLV - Obj2 - Interfaith Public Patent Foundation, Inc. (New York, NY) Challenging Patents Blocking Equal Access to Healthcare Total Award: $150,000 over 12 Months Organization: To support the Public Patent Foundation (PUBPAT) to challenge undeserved patents that are harmful to the public interest. In the coming year, PUBPAT will continue to pursue a lawsuit challenging certain patents on human genes that relate to breast and ovarian cancer. This case is part of a broader legal strategy challenging the practice of gene patenting in order to restore to the public domain a person s right to access information about her own genes, invigorate competition in the health care marketplace and encourage further research. PUBPAT also will develop challenges to other undeserved patents that block equitable access to critical health care technologies or impede access to healthy food. $67,500 Health: HP - Obj2 - Environmental Health $67,500 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $15,000 STAFF: Caroline Williams

8 Research Foundation of the City University of New York (New York, NY) Task Force on the State Budget Crisis Organization: Discretionary\Core (PAG) To support the Task Force on the State Budget Crisis to do detailed case studies of five states (California, Illinois, New York, Texas, and Virginia) in order to (1) document the extent of any structural deficits and their causes; (2) document practices that hide or encourage any deficits, recommending any needed improved budgeting practices and planning; and (3) reach audiences who can make any needed changes. $80,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance $5,000 Arts & Culture: ACP - Obj4 - Policy $5,000 Ecological Innovation: EI - Obj2 - Institutional Accountability $5,000 Health: HP - Obj2 - Environmental Health $5,000 Jewish Life and Values: JLV - Obj2 - Interfaith Restaurant Opportunities Centers- ROC United, Inc. (New York, NY) Transforming the Restaurant Industry by Telling Our Stories Total Award: $60,000 over 12 Months Organization: Project support for a national restaurant workers' cultural program that will allow workers nationwide to use arts and culture to heighten public, press and policy maker awareness of the need to improve restaurant industry standards. $15,000 Arts & Culture: ACP - Obj4 - Policy $35,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance $10,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access

9 Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc. (New York, NY) Breakthrough Institute Total Award: $1,200,000 over 24 Months Organization: Project: To support the Breakthrough Institute, a project of the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc. Breakthrough will publish a series of reports, articles, and policy briefs aimed at changing the way Americans think about and craft environmental, energy and economic competitiveness policy. These reports will tell the story of how America s lack of a significant and permanent commitment to innovation is putting the American economy and the American Dream in peril; how dealing with sustainability, poverty and inequality, and reducing the debt and deficit, will require economic growth; and why key elements of the solution must be greater innovation, productivity, and manufacturing. Breakthrough is also poised to make the case for a new and more energetic liberalism that can appeal to American moderates, centrists, and reasonable conservatives on economic, tax and fiscal, environmental and energy policies. $1,000,000 Ecological Innovation: EI - Obj2 - Institutional Accountability $100,000 Health: HP - Obj2 - Environmental Health $100,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance Tides Center (San Francisco, CA) Health Care for America Education Fund Total Award: $150,000 over 12 Months Organization: To support Health Care for America Education Fund Health Care Implementation and Education (HCAEF), a project of the Tides Center. This grant will support a public education campaign in states across the country to ensure that consumer priorities and interests are well-represented in the public debate around Medicaid and implementation of the Affordable Care Act. $150,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access

10 Universal Health Care Action Network of Ohio (Columbus, OH) Total Award: $75,000 over 12 Months Organization: For general support of the Universal Health Care Action Network of Ohio to promote consumer interests in implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, build the capacities of diverse consumer constituencies across the state and ensure access to high quality, affordable health care for all Ohioans. $75,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access University of Wisconsin, Madison (Madison, WI) Center for State Innovation Total Award: $300,000 over 12 Months Organization: To support the Center for State Innovation (CSI), a project of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, as it continues to provide state government executives with evidence-based policy support and technical assistance to develop, refine and implement high-quality, innovative and sustainable policies in important areas of state concern, including health, the environment, economic development, public safety and transportation. CSI will develop and package policy options, provide technical assistance in state-based and regional implementation strategies and promote the importance of state-level policy innovation and experimentation. $205,000 Health: HP - Obj2 - Environmental Health $45,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance $50,000 Ecological Innovation: EI - Obj2 - Institutional Accountability

11 Western States Center, Inc. (Portland, OR) MomsRising.org Organization: Project: Discretionary\Core (PAG) To support MomsRising, a project of the Western States Center Inc, to mobilize parents to build support for national health care reform. Through use of social media and a substantial storybank, MomsRising will increase its grassroots and netroots capacity, engage traditional and non-traditional allies, and generate media coverage to build support for the Affordable Care Act, protect Medicaid and CHIP and educate policymakers and the public about the impact of budget decisions on public health care programs. $50,000 Health: HP - Obj1 - Health Access $45,000 Health: HP - Obj3 - Capacity Building $5,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance Working Partnerships USA (San Jose, CA) Total Award: $115,000 over 12 Months Organization: For general support of Working Partnerships USA (WPUSA) to address the needs of working families in Silicon Valley through initiatives that expand access to quality health care and a healthy environment by creating models that can and have been replicated elsewhere. $85,000 Health: HP - Obj2 - Environmental Health $30,000 Collaborative Initiatives: CI - Objectives 1, 2 & 3 Collaboration/Accountability/Alliance

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