2003: Objective I / Strategy 1

The Nathan Cummings Foundation

 

2003: Objective I / Strategy 1

Objective I: To assure access to quality health care, goods and services, especially for those who confront barriers due to low- to moderate-socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, or gender.

Strategy 1: To support efforts that reduce corporate, governmental, and other institutional practices that create barriers to quality health care, goods and services, especially those confronted by people as a result of their low-to moderate-socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, or gender.

List of Grants that fall under this Objective/Strategy:

Camera News, Inc./DBA Third World Newsreel

Center for Community Change/The Health Care Rights Project (Presidential Authority Grant)

Communications Consortium Media Center/Strategic Communications and Advocacy Campaign to Improve the Lives of Workers in Low-Wage Jobs

Consumers For Affordable Health Care/Getting to Universal Health Care in Maine: Time for Action (Presidenial Authority Grant)

Economic and Social Research Institute/Health Insurance Tax Credits for Displaced Workers

Families USA Foundation, Inc./Expanding Nationwide Health Coverage for Low-Income Families

Focus Project, Inc./Estate Tax Research and Education Project

Front Range Economic Strategy Center/General Support

Grantmakers in Health/General Support

Independent Media Institute/SPIN Project and Alternet.org

Jobs with Justice Education Fund/Building a Multi-Constituency Movement for Healthcare for All

La Union Del Pueblo Entero/The California Project: Community Organizing in Farm Worker Communities

Maine Citizen Leadership Fund/Rx Express

National Health Law Program, Inc./Health Activist Court Watch Project

National Women's Law Center/Tax Policy Analysis and Communications Project

Neighborhood Funders Group/General Support

New York Foundation for the Arts/Guerilla News Network, True Lies

Proteus Fund, Inc./State Strategies Fund (Presidential Authority Grant)

USAction Education Fund/Pharmaceutical Industry Accountability Campaign

William J. Brennan Jr. Center for Justice/Access to Justice