Kaiser Permanente is using solar panels to create its own green energy and ease the negative health effects of climate change.
Tagged: community health
Mission Neighborhood Centers is using KP funds to increase access to health services and health education for 218 local children…
Kaiser Permanente contributes to Let’sPlaySF! to transform 13 playgrounds used by 20,000 children. San Francisco’s playgrounds are getting a necessary…
A Kaiser Permanente partnership with the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City offers 40 hours of training for small businesses owners to help their companies grow.
Kaiser Permanente’s focus on healthy communities dovetailed with a Million Meals Summer event providing free meals for children in need.
With support from Kaiser Permanente, mothers visiting the Santa Clara Central Park Library now have a private place to breastfeed their children.
Surrounding district of Chase Center will be named Thrive City and will offer dynamic health and wellness Programs. Kaiser Permanente was also named Warriors Official Team Physician.
A school-based drumming program in Fresno is teaching students how to improve their social and emotional wellness.
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.
Kaiser Permanente supports community health with a $1 million investment to San Francisco General Hospital Foundation’s Transform Mental and Behavioral Health Fund.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Educational Theatre is connecting a record number of student audience members to adults for help.
Kaiser Permanente supports the San Francisco Ballet in bringing regular dance-inspired movement classes to people with Parkinson’s Disease.