The Hortense and Louis Rubin Community Health Fund was made possible by the proceeds from the operation and sale of the Rubin Dialysis Centers, with the goal of supporting programs for the prevention, management, and treatment of kidney disease and related health issues. The Fund is managed by the Community Foundation Staff and advised by an active committee of health care experts. To date, the fund has invested more than $700,000 in health initiatives in our region.
The Hortense and Louis Rubin Community Health Fund of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region is pleased to announce its Call for Pre-Applications for 2020.
Deadline: Monday, February 10
The Hortense and Louis Rubin Community Health Fund envisions healthy people, families, and communities with reduced incidence and prevalence of chronic kidney disease and related risk factors such as obesity, diabetes, and hypertension in the Greater Capital Region via:
- Healthy Habits and Lifestyles: better nutrition, greater physical activity, more sleep, less stress;
- Strengthening Health Equity for the most vulnerable communities, such as Black and Latino/x communities, urban and rural communities via sustainable and functioning food systems, greater access to quality health care that works for all, and secure access to essential community needs (housing, transportation, food, etc.)