A framework for public health to protect and promote the health of all people in all communities.
Since its founding in 1998, the de Beaumont Foundation has invested in programs that improve health through system change and evidence-based solutions. Following are a few of our past programs that reflect our strategic priorities.
Win-Win Collaboration Across Sectors
Grantee: The Pew Charitable Trusts
Grantee: Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
The de Beaumont Foundation supported two Obesity Data Challenges that identified effective
Partner: Alliance to Make US HealthiestTM
The de Beaumont Foundation joined with several other funders to support the creation of an Institute of Medicine (IOM) committee to determine how best to measure the value of community-based
Maximizing Public Health Partnerships with Medicaid to Improve Population Health
Grantee: Task Force for Global Health/Public Health Informatics Institute
Hands-on program to improve retention and boost creativity and innovation
Tools for state leaders and advocates to promote policies that improve lives
Giving public health graduates hands-on experience in philanthropy
Preparing state officials to lead their agencies and improve health for all