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2nd Annual Symposium
Obici Healthcare Foundation has a longstanding commitment to helping local nonprofits improve their organizations, and ultimately, their communities. Earlier this year, the Foundation made that commitment even stronger when it awarded a $385,100 grant to the Center for Nonprofit Excellence, a Charlottesville-based organization with the mission of strengthening nonprofits to realize the potential of their communities. CNE will work extensively with 12 nonprofits in Western Tidewater and will also provide additional technical assistance to other regional nonprofits.
Grants to local Health Safety-Net Providers and Capacity Building
Obici Healthcare Foundation has announced $3.6 million in grants to help health safety-net providers deliver quality care for all residents of Western Tidewater and creation of a partnership with the Center for Nonprofit Excellence strengthen local nonprofits.
Updates to Lake Meade Playground Serves Many
Lake Meade Inclusive Playground is officially opened. This is Suffolk’s first play- ground designed to serve the physical, social, sensory, cognitive and emotional needs of children of all abilities and provide the opportunity for building common ground between children with disabilities and children without. This project was partially funded by the Obici Healthcare Foundation’s new Healthy Spaces grant program.
Five new Early Childhood Education strategy grants awarded
The Obici Healthcare Foundation’s board of directors recently awarded $108,237 in grants that will be used to fund eight projects, including five that fall under the Foundation’s new Early Childhood Education strategy.
Five-year Strategic Plan Addresses Access to Healthcare and Prevention
The Obici Healthcare Foundation’s board of directors recently awarded $808,973 in grants that will be used to fund 14 projects, including several that fall under the Foundation’s new Healthy Beginnings, Healthy Behaviors and Healthy Spaces grant programs. Projects begin in February and March.