58 community organizations receive nearly $6 million in grants from Point32Health Foundation

Dec 21, 2023

Point32Health Foundation recently announced nearly $6 million will go to 58 community organizations across the region to support efforts to improve access to healthy food, advance healthy aging, address behavioral health needs, and promote social and racial justice. Funding will advance policies and practices addressing disparities and creating more inclusive communities.

Grants support general operations, giving nonprofit organizations flexibility in allocating resources, and ideas generated by nonprofits to address specific community needs. These funds will go to organizations in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.

“Leaning on the leadership, expertise and power present in our communities is essential to creating positive change,” said Nora Moreno Cargie, president of Point32Health Foundation and vice president for corporate citizenship at Point32Health. “These grants offer nonprofit organizations flexibility to implement long-term, sustainable, community-led solutions to eliminate inequalities.”

Grants go to:

Connecticut ($680,000)

Maine ($650,000)

Massachusetts ($2,585,840)

New Hampshire ($435,000)

Rhode Island ($1,608,000)