Issues related to COVID-19 have drastically altered everyday life across our nation and state. In these uncertain times, the Kansas Health Foundation is working to provide resources to individuals, families, organizations and communities. As information becomes available, we’re currently dividing these resources into four main categories: Grantee Information, Nonprofit Resources, Family Resources and Taking Action. Click below to find out more information about each of these categories.
KHF is working with grantees to ensure each has the ability to utilize grant funds to meet the most pressing demands in the communities they serve. Find out more about these changes.LEARN MORE
Many non-profit organizations will face new challenges in the weeks ahead, and KHF has compiled various resources that may be useful to these organizations, including helpful articles and free software applications.LEARN MORE
Families practicing social distancing are now spending many hours together in their homes. How can we ensure these hours are spent in ways enriching and educating for families?LEARN MORE
Busque información oficial que provenga solo del Centro de Control y Prevención de Enfermedades y del Departamento de Salud y Medio Ambiente de Kansas (CDC y KDHE), de su departamento de salud local, gobiernos de ciudad y condados y de su distrito escolar.LEARN MORE
UPDATED – Due to overwhelming response, this year’s KHF Impact and Capacity Grants (ICG) Initiative, which had been repurposed to focus on COVID-19 response and relief, has now closed. A total of 91 Kansas organizations received funding from this initiative, totaling approximately $2 million. To see a list of the recipients, please visit our “News and Events” page.Learn More
We envision a culture in which every Kansan can make healthy choices where they live, work and play. We invest in ideas for healthier people and stronger communities. With Kansas data, we know that health outcomes are greatly affected by race, income, education level and geographic areas. This affects both individuals and families – as children from lower-income, racial/ethnic minority groups and certain zip codes experience lower health outcomes and educational challenges.
To realize its vision and mission, KHF invests in the following key program areas:
It is important for all Kansans to have access to health care, for help when they are sick, and to prevent or reduce the severity of disease and illness.Read More
KHF invests in programs and supports policy efforts that promote healthy eating, physical activity and tobacco use prevention.Read More
KHF recognizes individuals’ health and well-being are also influenced by where and how they live. And stronger communities also help improve the health of Kansans.Read More
Reggie Robinson, president and CEO of the Kansas Health Foundation (KHF), passed away on Sept. 19, 2020, after a recent illness.
The Kansas Health Foundation approved nearly $2.7 million in funding for community-led initiatives in Kansas, to improve early childhood literacy and kindergarten readiness.
The Kansas Health Foundation (KHF) Board of Directors recently approved more than $19 million in core support funding to continue advancing civic leadership, enhancing media coverage of health issues and supporting community philanthropy through 2025.
The Kansas Health Foundation (KHF) Board of Directors recently approved $5.39 million in grant funding to address food insecurity, improve the well-being of Kansas children, and increase voter participation.
The year 2019 saw KHF continue its efforts to improved access to care, encourage healthy behaviors, develop civic and community engagement and strive for higher educational attainment.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation recently released its 2020 KIDS COUNT Data Book, a comprehensive report that describes how children across the nation were doing before the coronavirus pandemic.
Every month, our electronic newsletter, Health Happenings, features a story about a focus area, grant, partnership or program involving the Foundation.