Times-Herald staff report Posted:
Several local nonprofits will share in more than $800,000 in grants, officials of Kaiser Permanente in Solano and Napa counties announced Tuesday. Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit grants are awarded annually to local organizations that apply for them to fund specific programs and projects. The applications are considered and approved if the proposals align with Kaiser Permanente grant objectives, officials said. These four objectives are to improve access to health care, health services and health education; to support healthy eating; to help train and develop the youth workforce; and to create safe environments for individuals and families to live, work, walk, and play.