Through its Community Grants Program, Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center awarded a total of $118,263 to nine local, non-profit organizations. The Community Grants Program is sponsored by Glendale Memorial Hospital’s parent company, Dignity Health. Since 1990, Dignity Health has awarded $47 million in grants in Californian, Nevada, and Arizona.
“The organizations receiving grants are working to improve access to healthcare, housing, jobs, and education; promote healthy choices; and improve quality of life and health behaviors, all for underserved adults and children in the community,” said Rev. Cassie McCarty, MDiv, BCC, director, Mission Integration & Spiritual Care Services at Glendale Memorial Hospital. “We are thankful for the work done by these organizations and are proud to support their efforts to further help our community.”
This year’s community grant recipients include: Armenian Relief Society, Ascencia, City of Glendale’s Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), Glendale Association for the Retarded (GAR), Glendale Community Free Health Clinic, Glendale Healthy Kids, Salvation Army – Glendale and YWCA of Glendale.