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2016 Grantees

Avatar Communications, Inc.
$ 109,000
Support for the marketing, communication, and program design activities for a restructured HealthTecdl, Healthcare Georgia Foundation’s distance learning program

Coalitions Work
$ 14,000
Support for the development of web-based distance learning technical assistance modules designed to build organizational and community capacity among grantees participating in the Two Georgias Initiative.

Emory University
$ 110,000
Support to implement a School Based Health Center Planning grant project targeting rural communities in Georgia.

Georgia Health Sciences University Foundation, Inc.
$ 10,000
Support for the Rural Health Task Force and its completion of a report recommending best practices and policies for the management of rural hospitals.

Georgia Hospital Association Research and Education Foundation
$ 10,000
Support for the 2016 Center for Rural Health Annual Meeting scheduled for August 24-26, 2016 in St. Simons, Georgia.

Georgia Public Health Association
$ 10,000
Support for the 87th Annual GPHA Meeting & Conference on March 22-23, 20 16 at the Hilton Atlanta Downtown hotel.

Georgia Southern University Research and Service Foundation, Inc.
$ 100,000
Support for an evaluation of the Georgia Rural Hospital Stabilization Pilot Project.

Georgians for a Healthy Future
$ 4,500
Support for attendance/participation in Families USA’s 21st annual Health Action Conference in Washington D.C. scheduled for February 4-6, 2016.

Grantmakers for Effective Organizations
$ 2,000
Support for Grantmakers for Effective Organizations annual membership for 2016

Southeastern Council of Foundations
$ 8,400
Support for 2016 annual membership

TechBridge, Inc.
$ 109,000
Support for technology implementation, network management, network maintenance, and program/training support in the delivery of HealthTecdl, Healthcare Georgia Foundation’s distance learning program.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
$ 40,000
Support to plan, conduct, and evaluate a Georgia Business and Health Roundtable and a health and economic development forum for chambers of commerce representing Georgia rural counties in May 2016.