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AWARDED GRANTS

Awarded Monday, March 24, 2014

Immigrant Integration Initiative

United Way of Greater Nashua, Inc.
To advance the integration and inclusion of immigrants and refugees in New Hampshire through a collaborative planning process to foster a shared vision for the future among newcomers and long-term residents and develop a community-level plan of multi-sector strategies to promote the economic, educational, social, cultural, and spatial integration of newcomers.
Amount Awarded: $11,000
Awarded Monday, March 24, 2014

Immigrant Integration Initiative Community of Practice

Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
To develop a strong field for Immigrant Integration in New Hampshire by convening practitioners for peer-to-peer learning, training, and technical assistance via a Community of Practice.
Amount Awarded: $15,000
Awarded Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Sustaining Voices for Minority Health Advocacy

Health Strategies of New Hampshire
To improve the ability of racial, ethnic and language minorities to influence system change through the use of effective leadership and advocacy skills.
Amount Awarded: $10,000
Awarded Thursday, September 26, 2013

Emerging Voices of New Hampshire

Journeys in Education, Inc.
To develop greater awareness, empathy and cultural competence regarding the immigrant experience among students and teachers by engaging them in a live play and follow-on classroom curriculum.
Amount Awarded: $10,000
Awarded Thursday, June 20, 2013

Beyond Supply and Demand: Investigating the Role of Social Networks in Healthcare Workforce Diversity

Brandeis University
This research project uses a mixed-method approach to analyze the extent of racial/ethnic diversity in NH's healthcare workforce and the role of social networks in influencing employment and advancement opportunities; and will inform policy recommendations for employers, workforce development leaders, educational institutions and others.
Amount Awarded: $12,729
Awarded Thursday, June 20, 2013

Building a Center of Excellence for Culturally Effective Care (COECEC)

Manchester Community Health Center

To create a Center of Excellence for Culturally Effective Care (COECEC)within Manchester Community Health Center by
1-institutionalizing best and model practices of a culturally effective organization (language access, Race Ethnicity and Language (REaL) data , cultural competence, and workforce diversity),
2-creating capacity for leading and teaching quality improvement efforts to address health disparities,
3-and implementing a Community Health Worker (CHW) pilot project with a targeted cohort from two patient populations that experience a higher prevalence of health disparities.

Amount Awarded: $195,982
Awarded Thursday, June 20, 2013

GCIR Membership

Grantmakers Concerned With Immigrant s and Refugees (GCIR)
To improve immigrant integration and advance health equity by providing the most current research, policy analysis and other resources necessary to effectively address the challenges facing newcomers and their host communities.
Amount Awarded: $2,000
Awarded Thursday, June 20, 2013

NH Health & Equity Partnership

Foundation for Healthy Communities
To promote health and equity and address health disparities in NH by developing the NH Health & Equity Partnership, focusing on strengthening partnerships through advancing leadership, enhancing knowledge, and fostering networking and collaboration.
Amount Awarded: $123,227
Awarded Thursday, June 20, 2013

Nursing Quest Summer Camps

Lamprey Health Care
Nursing Quest Summer Camps will offer camp experiences to minority campers and promote awareness of the nursing profession among youth from diverse cultures and ultimate expand diversity within the future nursing workforce.
Amount Awarded: $21,555
Awarded Monday, May 6, 2013

Participation in the Massachusetts General Hospital Disparities Leadership Program

Manchester Community Health Center
To enhance the capacity of Manchester Community Health Center to serve as a Center of Excellence for Culturally Effective Care, by increasing 1) in-depth knowledge of root causes of health disparities and the current field of research, 2) understanding of cutting edge quality improvement strategies identifying and addressing disparities and 3) leadership skills to implement strategies to transform MCHC and other organizations.
Amount Awarded: $3,000