MFH's new strategy is designed to increase our focus and impact on the health of Missourians. In the future, we will focus our funding in three portfolios.
The MFH Board of Directors approved this overall strategy in December. We are currently developing an implementation plan to ensure effectiveness of the strategy. New grant opportunities will begin to roll out after April 1, 2013 and will continue to be released on an ongoing basis into 2014 and beyond.
Learn more: 2013 Strategy Q&A
MFH’s new strategy is designed to
increase focus and impact on the health
Funding allows improved access to
nutritious and fresh food for Missouri’s
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Nonprofit, academic, governmental, and community leaders to network and learn about African American and Hispanic health disparities and collaborative interventions in Missouri.
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The General Support for Advocacy program seeks to strengthen the state’s advocates by providing grants to eligible nonprofit organizations engaged in health advocacy work on behalf of MFH’s target population. These unrestricted funds are not earmarked for a specific project or activity, but intended to provide financial flexibility for organizations to address existing and emerging health advocacy issues. For more information or to submit an Application click here.
As part of its effort to increase access to nutritious and fresh food options for underserved Missourians, MFH awards $4 million to food banks in Sikeston, Springfield, Columbia and St. Louis. Read about it at the St. Louis Area Foodbank Blog.
The Missouri Foundation for Health and the Missouri Health Equity Collaborative are pleased to invite leaders from communities throughout Missouri to a forum to promote collaborative health equity interventions across sectors.
The forum is June 4, 2013, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Hampton Inn and Suites Columbia. Click here to register for this event.
MFH released new polling results that reveal majority support for Medicaid expansion, a shift in Missourians’ opinions on the Affordable Care Act, and top-of-mind concerns related to health care. View the report here. A webinar discussing the report is available here.
Kansas City’s KCPT-TV recently aired a 30-minute show that featured experts explaining the basics of how Missouri’s health insurance exchange will work. Watch the video here.