The East Bay Conversation Project gratefully acknowledges the generous financial support of the following organizations who share our passion and dedication to improving the health and wellbeing of people in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
Measure A, the essential health care tax ordinance, was passed by Alameda County voters in March 2004. The Measure authorized the County of Alameda to raise its sales tax by one-half cent in order to provide for additional financial support for emergency medical, hospital inpatient, outpatient, public health, mental health and substance abuse services to indigent, low-income, and uninsured adults, children, families, seniors and other residents of Alameda County.
Better Health East Bay (BHEB) is a Sutter Health philanthropic foundation that raises charitable donations to apply a common sense approach to solving healthcare issues for the underserved and those who require complex care in our community. Powered by Sutter Health’s care network, community partnerships and research, BHEB is engaging with donors to create novel approaches to improve the health and well-being of more than 2 million people who call the East Bay home. By helping solve patient problems faster and more cost effectively, BHEB is making it possible to prevent and treat illness, and save lives, neighborhood by neighborhood.
John Muir Health Foundation is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to raising and stewarding philanthropic gifts to support all patient care services, programs and facilities of John Muir Health.
For more information, visit: www.johnmuirhealth.com/givehealth.
Thomas J. Long Foundation. For more than 40 years, the Thomas J. Long Foundation has supported local charitable organizations that provide programs and services to benefit and inspire the people of the communities where we live, work, and play. The Foundation’s vision is to build healthy, diverse, vibrant and caring East Bay communities where all residents have the opportunity to thrive. .
For more information, visit: www.tjlong.org.