Public Health Fund Grants Awarded in 2012
Chamber’s Public Health Fund
Supporting Non-Profits and Improving Our “Quality of Life”
Grants were given to the following organizations for the projects listed in the second half of 2012.
Twice a year, The Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, as the trustee of the Public Health Fund (PHF), awards numerous non-profits in the City & County Honolulu, grant money to support their health-related programs, projects and services.
Although voluntary contributions to the fund ended in 1950, and it has never been supported by membership dues, the PHF remains viable and continues to provide invaluable support to programs that help educate our community and local families on how to stay healthy, along with services that offer much needed resources to those in need.
In 2012, the Chamber, through the recommendations of its Public Health Fund Committee, awarded over $100,000 in grants to numerous organizations for their various programs that help to promote public health education, research and resources for which funds are not generally available from other sources.
Qualified individuals and organizations can submit project proposals that address health care issues on the island of Oahu to the Public Health Fund Committee. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2012 Public Health Fund Grant Recipients:
• Kokua Kalihi Valley
• Wahiawa Community Health Center Project
• U.S. VETS Initiative-Waianae
• United Self Help
• The Institute for Human Services, Inc.
• Lanakila Pacific
• Hawaii Food Bank
• Joyful Heart Foundation
• Families and Prevent Child Abuse Neglect
• Aloha Medical Mission
• Save the FoodBasket
• Ethnic Education Foundation of Hawaii
• Mental Health America of Hawaii
• Young Women’s Christian Association of Oahu YWCA
Qualified individuals and organizations are encouraged to submit grant applications: Submit project proposals that address health care issues on the island of Oahu to the Public Health Fund Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii.
Questions about the Public Health Fund grant application process?
Send an email to: email@example.com.