H2HC has granted more than $1 million to support innovative community-based models and critical research in CT, MA, and RI.
What We’ve Funded
H2HC funding has supported ground-breaking research, strengthened food insecurity screening and referrals for food assistance, improved access to culturally relevant foods, and assessed food insecurity challenges through a focus on the social determinants of health. H2HC’s support of 19 community partners has expanded access to food; advanced partnerships between emergency food services, healthcare, and housing organizations; and contributed to long-term efforts to support health equity by prioritizing organizations that put Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) with lived experiences at the center of their activities.
Our grantees have developed new approaches to persistent problems and conducted important research.
Everett Community Growers/La Comunidad
The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts
Healthy Waltham and Waltham Fields Community Farms