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Health Through Action – Community Partnerships Grant Program

The Health Through Action – Community Partnerships Grant Program is a multi-year national grant program supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. It is designed to strengthen and bolster community approaches to improving the health of vulnerable Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander individuals and families, and children of these families by strengthening the capacity of local, community-based organizations and by capitalizing on local assets to meet health needs. The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) will serve as the National Program Office with a focus on supporting and engaging the community collaboratives.

To launch the Health Through Action – Community Partnerships Grant Program, the Kellogg Foundation and APIAHF are seeking partnerships with selected communities. Each community collaborative will select a pressing local health or healthcare issue as a starting point, build on community assets, and identify and work on priority areas to strengthen the capacity of their collaborative to impact change.

All grant programs details are available at the national program office’s website at www.apiahf.org.


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