The REACH Foundation allocates the majority of its grant making in three outcome areas that support access to quality, affordable health coverage and health care for uninsured and underserved populations in our service area. The foundation also invests in capacity building to strengthen the management, operations and governance of nonprofit organizations engaged in health improvement.
The REACH Foundation has invested in a limited number of initiatives that present an opportunity to collaborate with other funders and coalitions to have a larger impact on health systems and health policies. A current initiative is Integrated Voter Engagement, a three-year project focused on increasing year-round citizen engagement on issues that affect individual and community health.
Through our outcome investments and discretionary grants, the REACH Foundation supports learning communities, trainings and conferences, and other development programs aimed at strengthening the nonprofit sector within our region.