GE Foundation's Developing Health Program Highlighted in the GE Healthymagination Report
Recognizing the range of healthcare challenges faced by underserved populations in the United States, the GE Foundation, in partnership with the GE Corporate Diversity Council, launched Developing Health (DH), a grant program that aims to increase access to primary care and improve quality in targeted communities.This three-year, $50 million program combines GE Foundation’s grant funding and skill-based employee volunteerism to nonprofit health centers across the United States. Forty-seven health centers in 11 cities have benefited from the program. To continue reading about the GE Foundation Developing Health program, click here. About GE
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