Kaiser Permanente understands that being a good community partner and corporate citizen is an essential quality that adds value to our communities. Social responsibility and community involvement are part of our legacy. They are integral to fulfilling our mission, which goes beyond carrying for our members.
Our mission calls for us to care for the communities we serve. One way of partnering and supporting our local community organizations is through our Community Benefit (CB) Grants Program.
Our Community Benefit Grants program is dedicated to supporting local nonprofit health and human service organizations, schools, community-based organizations, and community clinics whose work is focused on improving the health and well-being of the communities we serve.
The 2017 Orange County Community Grant application process is now open. Visit the service area links below to apply. The application deadline is March 15, 2017 at 2pm.
At Kaiser Permanente Orange County, we award grants to local organizations that support the key health needs of our community, identified in our Community Health Needs Assessment. (Click here) for information on our Anaheim and Irvine grant making process. Our Community Health Needs Assessment data was used to determine the four focus areas:
- Access to Care
- Overweight and Obesity Prevention
- Mental Health and Substance Abuse
- Economic Insecurity
Get information on Kaiser Permanente Southern California regional grant making process (a distinct process from Kaiser Permanente Orange County).
Get a listing of 2016 Community Benefit Grantees. (Click here for list)
Discover the many contributions KP makes in communities throughout Southern California by visiting the Kaiser Permanente Southern California page at community.kp.org.