You can’t have a conversation in Greater Cincinnati about health equity without including bi3, a philanthropic initiative created by Jill Miller, president and CEO of Bethesda Inc., the nonprofit foundation partner of TriHealth, one of the region’s largest health care providers.
Each year, the Association of Fundraising Professionals presents awards to several individuals or organizations at its National Philanthropy Day Luncheon… bi3, has cultivated a reputation for stepping up to some of the most difficult health issues facing the Cincinnati community. In the last eight years, bi3 has awarded more than 40 grants, investing more than $36 million in transformative health and health care initiatives in Greater Cincinnati.
Bethesda Inc. has given a $85,000 grant to Every Child Succeeds to evaluate and publish the results of a pilot program to pair home health visitors with community health workers to improve the health and well-being of at-risk mothers and their babies.
Frequent emergency room visitors and babies and mothers with opioid addictions will benefit from grants made by Bethesda Inc.
Bethesda Inc. awarded five grants totaling nearly $8 million to fund local health care projects. Read on to see how they are investing in the health of our communities.
A $350,000 investment is made in GreenLight Cincinnati. Part of a national venture that raises and invests funds for innovative, high-impact programs to improve the economic mobility, opportunities and outcomes for low-income children, youth and families.