At Kaiser Permanente, one of our core values has always been to improve the health of the community, as well as the health of our members. For nearly 60 years, we have shown our commitment through a variety of programs and activities, including providing financial support for charitable and community-based organizations.
While most of the grants made by Kaiser Permanente come from the eight regions in the United States where we operate, a limited number of grants are made for programs that serve multiple Kaiser Permanente regions and/or have a national impact on health and health policy.
Successful grant applicants fit within our funding priorities with work that examine social determinants of health and/or addresses the elimination of health disparities and inequities. In 2009, Kaiser Permanente gave $161 million in charitable funding to 2,098 organization serving our communities where we operate.
For more information about our national philanthropic program, click on any of the following quick links to: