St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ 2003 grants are:
- Advocates for the Disabled, Inc., receiving $20,250 to purchase computer software.
- Aid to Adoption of Special Kids (AASK), receiving $29,606 to develop and implement the Habilitation Program
- Alzheimer’s Association, receiving $12,000 to initiate board development and training.
- Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis Association, receiving $9,565 to increase information technology capabilities.
- Arizona Coalition for Tomorrow, receiving $2,500 to assist the 13th Annual ACT Health Fair.
- Arizona Foundation for the Eye, receiving $10,000 to fund the development program.
- Arizona Grantmakers Forum, receiving $5,000 to fund annually.
- Arizona Public Health Association, receiving $5,000 to hire consultants Fees to develop their fundraising plan.
- Arizona Refugee Community Center, receiving $10,000 to support refugee youth suicide prevention.
- Arizona School Nurse Consortium, receiving $6,000 to organize a development plan.
- Arizona School of Health Sciences, receiving $14,600 to assess home monitoring technology.
- Arizona School-Based Health Care Council, receiving $36,750 purchase computer software and training/technical assistance.
- Arlington Elementary School District, receiving $9,995 to support a family health education initiative.
- ASU Community Health Center, receiving $15,000 to support a primary care clinic.
- Behavioral Health/Consumers in Action, Inc., receiving $28,201 to update computer system and training.
- Camp Fire Council of Greater Arizona, Inc., receiving $25,000 to purchase equipment for the camp infirmary.
- Canyonland Community Healthcare, receiving $5,000 to establish the Hearing Booth.
- Center D.O.A.R., receiving $21,000 to expand service area.
- Center for Neurodevelopmental Studies, Inc., receiving $3,000 to organize a development plan.
- Child Crisis Center-East Valley, Inc., receiving $30,000 to upgrade technology infrastructure.
- Children’s Action Alliance, receiving $10,000 to develop plan for their donor campaign.
- Christian Family Care Agency, receiving $4,500 to purchase software and support.
- Community C.A.R.E. Connections, receiving $40,000 to develop a financial sustainability plan.
- Community C.A.R.E. Connections, receiving $6,300 to develop an organizational assessment and sustainability plan.
- Crisis Nursery, receiving $2,500 to support programs for children at risk (F.A.C.E.S.).
- Crisis Nursery, receiving $35,232 to develop a portable assessment for kids.
- Drowning Prevention Coalition of Central Arizona, receiving $10,000 to support an organizational infrastructure project.
- Encore Inter-Active Theatre, Inc., receiving $9,750 to implement a strategic plan.
- Florence Crittendon Services of Arizona, receiving $10,000 to support branding and imaging.
- Foundation for Burns and Trauma, Inc., receiving $5,000 to support the bi-lingual, anti-scald campaign.
- Foundation for Burns and Trauma, Inc., receiving $8,350 to purchase IT Equipment.
- Free Arts of Arizona, receiving $5,000 to support programmatic operations.
- Girls Ranch, Inc. of Arizona, receiving $10,000 to upgrade the computer system.
- Grantmakers in Health, receiving $6,000 to support the annual fund.
- Greater Phoenix Child Abuse Prevention Council, receiving $5,000 to support training.
- Homeward Bound, receiving $10,000 to support the Kids in Trauma Program
- Hospice of the Valley, receiving $3,000 to fund the First Assembly of Institutional Ethics Committee.
- Maricopa County Department of Public Health, receiving $4,000 to train in customer service.
- Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS), receiving $25,000 to support the Mobile Mammography Unit.
- Maricopa Pediatric Foundation, receiving $1,000 to support primary care operations.
- Mental Health Advocates Coalition, receiving $5,000 to fund a board retreat and organizational assessment.
- Mental Health Association of Arizona, receiving $2,500 to support organizational development.
- Mentally Ill Kids in Distress, receiving $7,728 to upgrade technology and create a volunteer program.
- Mission of Mercy, receiving $10,000 to develop an organizational assessment, resource and fund plan.
- Mission of Mercy, receiving $20,000 to support primary care clinic operations.
- Mission of Mercy, receiving $25,000 to provide a matching grant for a Board of Visitors grant.
- Neighbors Who Care, Inc., receiving $7,785 to develop and implement a strategic plan.
- Parents Anonymous of Arizona, receiving $5,920 to develop a strategic plan.
- Pelms House, receiving $5,000 to fund vision services.
- Phoenix Development Families Center, receiving $2,015 to assist board development and strategic planning.
- Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of Arizona, receiving $6,500 to develop and implement a strategic plan.
- Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern Arizona, receiving $30,000 to assist a public education and advocacy project.
- Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, receiving $2,633 to train in nonprofit leadership.
- Society of St. Vincent de Paul, receiving $31,500 to support acute medical services.
- Southwest Leadership Foundation, receiving $7,695 to purchase a new donor database management system.
- Mary’s Food Bank, receiving $8,700 to train staff.
- H.O.R. Foundation, Inc., receiving $10,000 to develop and market products.
- Teen Lifeline, Inc., receiving $35,659 to implement credentialing and certification.
- Tempe South Rotary Foundation, receiving $5,000 to support the ARC Millennium Project.
- The Frank Kush Foundation, receiving $9,430 to assist a consumer-run fitness program.
- The Harp Consortium, receiving $18,200 to develop joint resources.
- The Hon Kachina Council, receiving $73,000 to support the annual Hon Kachina Awards.
- The National Corporation for Substance Abuse Recovery, receiving $35,000 to initially fund a treatment program.
- The Tempe Governors, receiving $30,000 to support annual administrative operations.
- The WellCare Foundation, receiving $35,000 to expand community outreach.
- The Wellness Community, receiving $2,500 to support services and counseling for cancer patients.
- The WHEEL Council, receiving $25,000 to build organizational capacity.
- University of Arizona (Arizona Medical Education Consortium), receiving $50,000 to develop and circulate the Arizona Physician Workforce Survey.
- University of Arizona, receiving $18,706 to develop a rural health data website.
- Valle del Sol, receiving $5,000 to support The Rosa Carrillo-Torres Memorial Fund.
- Victory Outreach Phoenix, receiving $8,825 to build organizational capacity.
- Web Presence Program, receiving $27,040 to assist with technical support for small and mid-sized health and human service nonprofits.
- Wesley Community Center, receiving $5,000 to provide organizational support.
- West Valley Child Crisis Center, Inc., receiving $30,000 to fund the “Bridge for Kids” Project.
- Westside Food Bank, receiving $25,000 to purchase software for fundraising and volunteer management.
Medical Assistance Program Grants
Following is a listing of Medical Assistance Program grants approved by St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ Board of Trustees in 2003:
|Alhambra School District||$24,100|
|Area Agency on Aging||$44,745|
|Arizona Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired||$62,870|
|Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix||$20,000|
|Community Hearing Aid Program||$23,000|
|Foundation for Blind Children||$19,250|
|John C. Lincoln Health Foundation||$15,000|
|Maricopa Pediatric Foundation||$1,000|
|Mesa Senior Services||$7,000|
|National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence||$7,000|
|Phoenix Union High School District||$4,000|
|St. Vincent de Paul||$114,235|