Mission Match Consistent with Vision, Fundamental Premise Goal related strategic plans & Objectives
Obligation for Accountability Government Regulations – IRS Community Served - Paso del Norte Region
Open Communication Easy to understand grantmaking New ideas always well received
Timely proposal turnaround Clear unbiased Review Process Clear definition of funding restrictions Personal assistance
21 221 N. Kansas, Suite 1900 915-544-7636 firstname.lastname@example.org@pdnhf.org www.pdnhf.orgwww.pdnhf.org Better Health, Better Lives, and Better Communities
The Paso del Norte Health Foundation promotes health and prevents disease in the region through leadership in health education, research, and advocacy. 22
Health Promotion and Prevention Source: Prevention for a Healthier America Issue Report: www.preventioninstitute.org www.preventioninstitute.org Current Healthcare Spending Behaviors and Environment 70% Genetics 20% Healthcare 10% Factors influencing health National Health Expenditures Medical Services 96% Prevention 4% $2.2 trillon
24 There is a substantial return-on-investment in prevention An investment of $10 per person per year in programs to increase physical activity, improve nutrition, and prevent tobacco use could save the country more than $16 billion in annual health care costs within five years. For every $1 invested in community-based prevention, the return amounts to $5.60 Source: Prevention for a Healthier America Issue Report: www.preventioninstitute.orgwww.preventioninstitute.org
Service area: Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico Doña Ana, Otero, and Luna Counties in New Mexico El Paso and Hudspeth Counties in Texas 25
Established in 1995 – proceeds from sale of Providence Memorial Hospital. One of the largest private foundations on the U.S.-Mexico border. First grants made in 1997 – committed nearly $100 million to 270 organizations. Intensive review of organizations operations, mission and strategic plan in 2007. Launched new strategic framework in 2008-2009 26
Address the needs of underserved children and youth in the region Lead efforts to improve health and wellness Convene and inform policymakers and opinion leaders regarding important wellness and health issues 27
28 Goal One: Children and youth will be physically active and have proper nutrition for a healthy weight and a strong body. Paid $760,000 to EPISD for the GET HIP program targeting 44,000 children Paid $299,000 to the YWCA for its After School program to reach more than 3000 children Established an Obesity Task Force to study and recommend actions to reduce obesity in our region.
Provided $638,000 to UTEP to continue the youth prevention and cessation campaign Provided $350,000 to 7 organizations for programs to discourage adolescent smoking and support cessation efforts Began research on best practice alcohol abuse prevention programs Conducting internal evaluation of Smoke Free grantee activities 29 Goal Two: Tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drug use will be eliminated among adolescents.
30 Goal Three: Children, youth and families will have access to health care, including access to mental health services. Granted $106,000 to La Fe to increase enrollment in SCHIP Hired consultant to assist with a mental health agency merger Granted El Paso Child Guidance Center $37,000 to increase access to mental health providers by developing a resource library and providing training and mentoring to mental health professionals in El Paso and Juarez Collaborating with agencies regarding government resources likely to be allocated for mental health in Juarez
Granted $270,000 to AVANCE to expand the parent/child program in El Paso and New Mexico Awarded $1.5 million to 17 grantees for programs under Goal 4 Two Should Know -Sexual health and Begin at Birth child abuse prevention Completed the Strategic Plan for Goal Four 31 Goal Four: Children and youth will grow up in healthy family and social environments.
Build a supply of highly trained, diverse health leaders and healthcare professionals Convene stakeholders, policymakers and opinion leaders regarding important wellness and health issues Be accountable as a leader to improve the health of the region 32 Leadership excellence is vital to coordinate and advocate for policy solutions to complex health issues.