We are grateful to all of our supporters, financial and otherwise, who enable us to continue our mission and lead the way in giving everyone a voice in health care reform and working to guarantee access to quality, affordable health care. Below are examples of current investments in our national work:
- The Atlantic Philanthropies to help improve care for the most vulnerable older adults and people with disabilities through Voices for Better Health.
- California HealthCare Foundation: A collaboration with GoodRX supporting newly available data and technology platforms that enhance consumer, policymaker and provider access to information and resources on prescription drug affordability.
- Ford Foundation to general operating support to preserve and strengthen the health care safety net for vulnerable populations.
- The John A. Hartford Foundation to support a collaboration between geriatrics providers and advocates working to improve care for the most vulnerable older adults through Voices for Better Health.
- The Kresge Foundation to increase community and consumer engagement in the development of hospital community benefit programming and new federal regulations governing community benefit programs under the Affordable Care Act.
- The Nathan Cummings Foundation to help establish the Affordable Care Act Implementation Fund and provide technical assistance to the Fund's grantees addressing immediate challenges and opportunities, engaging consumer participation, and strengthening connections to under- represented communities.
- Open Society Foundations to expand coverage and treatment for substance use disorders through implementation of the Affordable Care Act and other health reforms.
- The Pew Charitable Trusts to create the Partnership to Advance Conflict-Free Medical Education (PACME) to build on the work of the Prescription Project addressing conflicts-of-interest created by pharmaceutical industry marketing to physicians and encouraging a conflict-free environment at medical schools and academic medical centers nationwide.
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to support Community Catalyst as the National Program Office for the Consumer Voices for Coverage project, strengthening state advocacy networks to expand health coverage, and the Roadmaps to Health Community Grants project a collaboration including the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute to support community organizations creating solutions that make it easier for people to be healthy in their own communities.
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation to establish the Dental Access Project, a joint-initiative focused on empowering community groups and health advocates improving access to oral health for vulnerable children and families by transforming the dental health workforce through the establishment of mid-level dental providers.
The Affordable Care Act Implementation Fund
Community Catalyst is grateful to partner with a number of leading national foundations including The Atlantic Philanthropies, The California Endowment, The Nathan Cummings Foundation, Ford Foundation, The Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, and anonymous funders as administrators of the ACA Implementation Fund providing more than $9 million to date to health advocates in more than 20 states to drive consumer-focused implementation.
Additional Philanthropic Support
Community Catalyst is thankful to recognize the following national and state-based funders supporting our work in 2013:
- Alki Fund
- The California Endowment
- CVS Caremark
- The Commonwealth Fund
- Endowment for Health (New Hampshire)
- Federal Agencies Project
- Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky
- Healthcare Georgia Foundation
- The George Gund Foundation (Ohio)
- Missouri Foundation for Health
- The Jessie B. Cox Trust Fund at The Boston Foundation
- Surdna Foundation
Complete list of funders (1998 to present).
Community Catalyst makes our form 990 publicly available. You can download our 990 here.