Kaiser Permanente of Georgia makes contributions to nonprofits and government organizations to improve access to health care, inform health policy, and implement programs that promote and improve health. From safety net clinics to community gardens to initiatives that reduce chronic disease, we support health-impacting projects that align with our funding priorities.
Kaiser Permanente is committed to efforts that reduce health disparities by promoting health, and treating illness. The Community Benefit grants program supports health improvement initiatives that
- Promote prevention strategies that advance good health.
- Provide treatment for prevalent chronic conditions that adversely impact underserved people living in the Kaiser Permanente of Georgia service area.
To learn more about the Georgia Region’s grant-making, visit the Kaiser Permanente of Georgia Community Benefit website.