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Talk to Us Before Applying for a Grant

October 9, 2018

To answer your questions about our upcoming grant cycles, we're hosting a webinar on the Foundation's application process for Systems and Best Practices and Collaboration and Community Engagement grants.

During the webinar, we will talk about our over-arching strategies and the impact we want to make with our investments. This session will only be offered via webinar.

Date: Thursday, December 6, 2018

Time: 2 - 3 p.m.

Location: Webinar

Register to attend the webinar.

If you have questions you would like us to address, please share them on your registration form.

NOTE: We will host a webinar on Policy and Advocacy in June.

Tufts Health Plan Foundation Supports Efforts to Make Communities Better for All Ages: 16 Organizations to Get Nearly $1.8 Million

June 14, 2018

Tufts Health Plan Foundation today announced new community investments that reflect its commitment to make our cities and towns great places to grow up and grow old. The nearly $1.8 million supports 16 community organizations working to make communities healthier for people of all ages, with a specific interest in engaging older adults. These investments are in addition to nearly $1 million in previously announced work.

“Our investments encourage collaboration and leverage accumulated wisdom we trust will lead to vibrant, inclusive, supportive communities,” said Thomas P. O’Neill, III, chair of the Tufts Health Plan Foundation board of directors. “Communities in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island recognize older people as assets for creating a better future.”

The supported grants in systems improvement and best practices reflect a trend of increased regional and local efforts to create age- and dementia-friendly communities. The initiatives promote cross=sector collaboration, expand engagement of older people, advance improvements to support the health and wellbeing of older people, and foster intergenerational connections.

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