St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ 2000 grants are:
- Alzheimer’s Association, receiving $39,409 to develop a volunteer component for “Helpline” Program.
- American Red Cross, receiving $2,500 to support a conference.
- American Red Cross, receiving $98,565 to establish the “Academy for Caregiving”.
- Arizona Alliance for the Mentally Ill, receiving $28,495.
- Arizona Cancer Center, receiving $66,793 to integrate mental health awareness with cancer prevention.
- Arizona Department of Health Services, receiving $40,000 to conduct a health needs assessment of children with special health care needs.
- Arizona Interfaith Network, receiving $75,000 to develop infrastructure that addresses access to healthcare issues.
- Arizona Latin-American Medical Association, receiving $68,500 to develop and market a discount card for uninsured persons.
- Association for Supportive Child Care, receiving $68,000 to expand Kith and Kin Child Care Project.
- C. Green Foundation, receiving $10,000 to develop a strategic plan.
- CASA, receiving $23,221 to upgrade computer and information systems.
- CASA, receiving $5,000 to provide program support.
- Central Arizona Shelter Services, receiving $59,000 to cover start-up costs for a dental clinic serving the homeless.
- Childhelp, USA, receiving $20,000 to develop a crisis counseling and family stabilization program.
- Children’s Action Alliance, receiving $5,000 to create an Arizona early childcare and education financing commission.
- Community Conservator Advocates, receiving $35,880 to link services for the elderly and disabled.
- Foundation for Blind Children, receiving $170,277 to develop the Low Vision Center.
- Golden Gate Community Center, receiving $23,400 to plan and implement the Health Education Center.
- Hacienda, Inc., receiving $43,200 to purchase equipment for a skilled nursing facility serving ventilator-dependent children.
- Healthy Women for a Lifetime, receiving $24,000 to establish HWL as an independent non-profit organization.
- Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition of AZ, receiving $9,000 to fund an annual conference.
- Junior Achievements, receiving $5,000 to support the Exchange City Program.
- KAET-TV (Channel 8 Public Television), receiving $10,000 to distribute information packets on death and dying issues.
- Literacy Volunteers, receiving $10,000 to expand adult education services.
- Lura Turner Homes, Inc., receiving $9,143 to train staff.
- Mesa Arc, receiving $9,000 to hire a consultant in assisting with their capital campaign.
- National Association for Childbearing Centers, receiving $9,186 to plan and develop a birth center in South Phoenix.
- People of Color, receiving $5,000 to provide program support.
- Phoenix Children’s Hospital, receiving $125,000 to purchase equipment for the new cardiac center.
- Phoenix Memorial Hospital Foundation, receiving $9,990 to purchase a donor database program.
- Phoenix Shanti Group, Inc., receiving $9,100 to upgrade technology capabilities.
- Phoenix Union High School District, receiving $40,000 to support the Metro Tech Wellness Center.
- Pinal County Department of Health and Human Services, receiving $7,000 to develop resources.
- Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern AZ, receiving $92,500 to provide funding for the African-American Outreach Project.
- Southwest Autism Research Center, receiving $40,000 to develop and implement a physician outreach/education program.
- Southwest Leadership Foundation, receiving $40,000 to cover start-up costs for HealthCARES 2000 Campaign.
- Survivors on Our Own, receiving $10,000 to fund relocation costs.
- The Arizona Osteoporosis Coalition, receiving $8,250 to support the membership development program.
- The Frank Kush Foundation, receiving $5,100 to develop a website.
- The Heather Farr Foundation, receiving $9,771 to upgrade technology capabilities.
- Tumbleweed, receiving $20,383 to upgrade the phone system.
Medical Assistance Program Grants
Following is a listing of Medical Assistance Program grants approved by St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ Board of Trustees in 2000:
|Alhambra School District||$35,000|
|Area Agency on Aging||$40,000|
|Arizona Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired||$92,000|
|ASU Community Clinic||$37,500|
|Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix||$40,000|
|Community Hearing Aid Program||$25,000|
|Foundation for Blind Children||$18,000|
|John C. Lincoln Health Foundation||$15,000|
|Maricopa Pediatric Foundation||$2,000|
|Mesa Senior Services||$7,000|
|Mission of Mercy||$30,000|
|Mountain Park Health Center||$10,000|
|Phoenix Union High School District||$18,225|
|Phoenix Memorial Hospital Foundation||$7,800|
|St. Vincent de Paul||$166,000|