176 Results for public policy

TCE_2020_AnnualReporthttps://www.calendow.org/our-story/tce-2020annualreport-revised-1-081321/

The California Endowment is committed to promoting shared learning among our partners, board, and staff to create healthier communities.

https://www.calendow.org/financials/

The California Endowment believes that transparency is critical to the foundation of change. Understanding that, the Endowment publishes its annual reports, audited financial statements, and IRS forms 990-PF.

FY17 Form 990-PFhttps://www.calendow.org/financials/fy17-form-990-pf/

Return of Private Foundation OMB No. 1545-0052 Form 990-PF or Section 4947(a)(1) Trust Treated as Private Foundation

TCE-FY15-Form-990-PF-FINALhttps://www.calendow.org/?attachment_id=5268
TCE-FY15-Form-990-PF-FINALhttps://www.calendow.org/?attachment_id=5271
FY 3-31-2020https://www.calendow.org/financials/fy-3-31-2020/
FY19 Form 990-PFhttps://www.calendow.org/financials/fy19-form-990-pf/

Return of Private Foundation or Section 4947 (a)(1) Trust Treated as Private Foundation

Foundation Role and Practice_ Building Healthy Communities, 2010-2020_2020https://www.calendow.org/progress-learning/foundation-role-and-practice-building-healthy-communities-2010-2020/foundation-role-and-practice_-building-healthy-communities-2010-2020_2020/

BHC set out to expand the past practice of place-based philanthropy by combining intensive investment in a limited number of neighborhoods with sophisticated strategies for influencing public policy at the state level.

Toward Health and Racial Equity–FULL REPORThttps://www.calendow.org/progress-learning/toward-health-and-racial-equity-reflections-on-10-years-of-building-healthy-communities-10-year-reflection-report/toward-health-and-racial-equity-full-report/

The authors acknowledge and thank the many people who contributed to this report. We have drawn on prior and current research studies, analyses, and evaluative reports about BHC.

https://www.calendow.org/our-story/

Access to affordable, quality health coverage when you’re sick is important, but we believe that Californians need neighborhood environments that support health.