La Harpe, KS - July 31, 2017 - Christian Jackson (17) and Kiefer Endicott work at the Regional Technology Center, established by Ray Maloney and winner of the 2016 Thrive Allen County award for community excellence.

Our grantees and partners are critical in achieving our vision of a Culture of Health, rooted in equity, where every person has a fair and just opportunity to live their healthiest life possible. 

Explore past and most recent grants awarded. Use the database filters below to search and browse by Grantee Name, Program Area, Location, Year Awarded and/or Grant Amount.

RWJF Culture of Health Prize 2019 - Gonzales, CA. 
Nayeli Gomez is an intern at City Hall and is working as an administartive assisiatnt.  She is starting college in the fall at UC Davis. Nayeli grew up in Salinas and moved to Gonzales 7 years ago.

The Grant Process

Who develops our grant programs? What criteria and objectives must be met? Learn what makes up our grant process and the types of programs and activities we support.

Key health care stakeholders have joined forces to work towards improved quality of health care available to the rural, low-income population of Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, CA. Aligning Forces for Quality. (AF4Q).

Grantee Stories

Meet the people working to advance health equity from the ground up, applying innovative ideas and solutions to help us build a Culture of Health.

Downtown Gaffney, South Carolina 2016. Visitors Center. Gaffney Pedestrian Planning Meeting.  Daniel Foster leading the room / meeting.

Our Research

Here’s a collection of RWJF-supported research.