Community members were honored at NHF’s 2nd Annual Block Party hosted in partnership with the Office of Community Beautification, SoCal Gas, Los Angeles Department of Public Works and the Office of Councilman Gil Cedillo.

Community members were honored at NHF’s 2nd Annual Block Party hosted in partnership with the Office of Community Beautification, SoCal Gas, Los Angeles Department of Public Works and the Office of Councilman Gil Cedillo.

National Health Foundation:

515 S. Figueroa St., Suite 1300, Los Angeles, CA 90071

213.538.0700

info@nhfca.org

nationalhealthfoundation.org/

Leadership

Executive Leadership

Kelly Bruno

President & CEO

Mia Arias

Chief Operating Officer

Danielle Cameron

Chief Strategy Officer

Tanya DeHoyos

Chief People Officer

Wade Trimmer

Executive Director of Housing & Homeless Services

Board of Directors

Michael Hunn

Hunn Group, LLC

Kathy Feeny

GuideWell Care Solutions

Laura Trejo

City of Los Angeles Department of Aging

Steve Rousso

Wipfli, LLC

John Calderone

Philanthropist

Allen Christensen

Intermountain Healthcare

David Garetto-Barnett

David Alan Salon

George Greene

Hospital Association of Southern California

Bridget Harper

Bridget Harper Consulting

Bernie Klein

Providence St. Joseph Health

Paul Lopez

Prospect Medical Systems

James Lott

Lott Advantage

Sharon Stein Merkin

Geriatric School of Medicine, UCLA

Stacy Miller

Stacy Miller Public Affairs

Jeffrey Thompson

IBM

Mission Statement

National Health Foundation has a mission to improve the health of under-resourced communities by taking action on the social determinants of health.

Service Area

National Health Foundation provides holistic programming in the areas of housing, food access, built environment and education across Southern California.

Fast Facts

What is your GuideStar Rating?

GuideStar Rating: Gold

What was your greatest community impact in 2019?

National Health Foundation currently provides 97 recuperative care beds across Los Angeles and Ventura County for individuals who are experiencing homelessness that have been discharged from the hospital. In 2019, 1,328 individuals experiencing homelessness were safely discharged from the hospital to one of NHF’s recuperative care facilities.

Volunteer Opportunities

Whether it is volunteering for a community beautification project or supporting the team in preparing for our annual block party in Pico-Union, there are plenty of ways to get involved year-round at NHF.

Please visit our website at NationalHealthFoundation.org to check out a listing of upcoming events and ways to get involved.

Giving Opportunities

It is through the generosity of our donors, partners and supporters that our work is possible. Please consider donating through our website at NationalHealthFoundation.org/donate-give/.

Your donation today can be applied to any of the following programs:

• Recuperative care and bridge housing for the homeless

• Teen pregnancy prevention

• Teen health education

Goals for 2020

• Provide 20,000 days of service to approximately 1,500 guests in our recuperative care program.

• Conduct 100 educational sessions to teens at risk for teen pregnancy and parenting, helping them

to set career goals and graduate from high school.

• Enroll 350 individuals into CalFresh, a state-run program that helps low-income families access fresh and nutritious food.

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