Since 1945, Kaiser Permanente has invested in community health. Among those investments are the charitable contributions we make to nonprofit, community-based organizations to meet the objectives that we share around community health access and equity.
Most of our charitable contributions are aimed at addressing community health needs identified by residents through a rigorous Community Health Needs Assessment process conducted in each of our regions every 3 years. This process helps us identify and measure the needs and assets of the communities we serve so that we can provide support where needs and opportunity for impact are greatest.
Kaiser Permanente is committed to improving health and reducing racial, ethnic, and other health disparities in the communities we serve. You can find more information about grant eligibility, grantmaking priorities, and the geographic areas to which we provide charitable contributions by accessing MOSAIC, our online application and management platform.
We have an unwavering commitment to equal access and opportunity for all persons. Organizations applying for funding should be prepared to demonstrate that they do not discriminate in their employment or their service policies and practices based on: