Kaiser Permanente is contributing $1 million to 10 leading public health organizations and collaborating with CDC Foundation to strengthen the United States’ public health infrastructure and response systems to stop the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Initiatives will preserve and expand affordable housing, support immediate health and housing-related needs, and aid homelessness response systems.
Kaiser Permanente is a first partner in California Access to Housing and Services Fund, extending its work toward solving homelessness.
Kaiser Permanente provides $650,000 in support of wildfire recovery efforts.
Kaiser Permanente’s Food for Life will connect households with CalFresh and design medically tailored meal delivery options to increase access to affordable, healthy food.
The Warriors Community Foundation and Kaiser Permanente on March 11 announced a partnership to create Generation Thrive, an innovative initiative that aims to lift up at-risk youth in the community. Generation Thrive, which will be headquartered out of the Warriors current practice facility in Oakland, will focus efforts in 3 key areas: educational equity, college and career readiness, and health and wellness.