St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ 2005 grants are:
- Amblyopia Foundation, receiving $150,000 to develop a universal screening program for school children.
- Arizona Community Action Association, receiving $25,000 to implement a communication education campaign.
- Arizona Foundation for the Eye, receiving $26,000 to implement the Arizona Telemedicine Ophthalmic program.
- Arizona Grantmakers Forum, receiving $5,000 to fund administrative support.
- Arizona Refugee Community Center, receiving $30,720 to strengthen support systems for refugee women.
- Arizona State University, receiving $9,442 to research childhood asthma.
- Association for Supportive Child Care, receiving $25,000 to implement an injury prevention program.
- Atwood Health Foundation, receiving $10,000 to support community development.
- Cesar E. Chavez Foundation, receiving $25,000 to support “Health Issues of Migrant Workers”.
- Chandler Christian Church (About Care), receiving $34,696 to develop networks in Chandler and Gilbert communities.
- Chandler Christian Community Center, receiving $12,500 to fund “Celebrating the Past; Looking to the Future”.
- Child Crisis Center East Valley, receiving $8,400 to purchase wireless computers.
- Civitan Foundation Inc., receiving $30,960 to support a Valley-wide collaboration of community-based respite and recreation services for those with special needs.
- Drugs Don’t Work in Arizona, receiving $25,000 to launch a small business outreach program.
- Gompers Center for the Handicapped, receiving $25,582 to provide equipment for a dental clinic.
- Grantmakers in Health, receiving $6,000 to continue support of activities.
- Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk, receiving $30,000 to launch the Stepping Stones Mentoring program.
- Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies, receiving $25,990 to improve birth outcomes in Maryvale.
- John C. Lincoln Health Network, receiving $12,000 to implement a data tracking system.
- Maricopa County Department of Public Health, receiving $29,365 to prevent abuse and neglect through dental awareness.
- Maricopa Health Foundation, receiving $50,000 to create a cancer information database.
- National Parkinson Foundation, receiving $2,500 to sponsor the YOPN conference.
- Native Seeds/SEARCH, receiving $5,054 to research and implement the Desert Foods Diabetes Education project.
- Project for Livable Communities, receiving $12,500 to build a Healthy Communities Network.
- Tempe Community Action Agency, receiving $5,000 to support the children’s program.
- Tempe Community Council, receiving $5,000 to purchase donor database software.
- Wellness Community, receiving $5,000 to purchase donor database software.
Medical Assistance Program Grants
Following is a listing of Medical Assistance Program grants approved by St. Luke’s Health Initiatives’ Board of Trustees in 2005:
|Alhambra School District||$23,100|
|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||$23,050|
|John C. Lincoln Health Foundation||$15,000|
|Mesa Senior Services||$7,000|
|National Council on Alcohol & Drug Dependence||$15,800|
|Phoenix Union High School District||$4,000|
|St. Vincent de Paul||$82,735|