Through commitments and partnerships with charitable and community-based organizations we improve community health by addressing health disparities and public health issues in low-income, underserved, and at-risk communities.
To best serve our communities, we regularly evaluate how we support community health and how we work with our partners in the community. As a result, grantmaking is currently by invitation only.
Our grantmaking is informed by Kaiser Permanente’s national community health areas of focus and our Colorado Community Health Needs Assessment that we conduct every 3 years.
Our current Colorado grantmaking investments include:
Kaiser Permanente’s national community health areas of focus include:
Our work is influenced by our heritage of prevention and health promotion. We believe that good health is a fundamental right shared by everyone.
Good health for the entire community requires equity and social and economic well-being. By looking at the full picture of health, we’re not just providing health care — we’re tackling real-world challenges to ultimately create better health outcomes for more people.
Together with our community partners we build a healthier Colorado.