Pacific Foundation for Medical Care supports non-profit, health related projects that enhance the availability or quality of health services in communities. Since 1993, PFMC has provided more than $1.8 million in grant awards to 78 different organizations and programs in the North San Francisco Bay Area and San Diego County.
In Fall 2015, PFMC awarded a total of $48,000 to the following recipients:
Center for Well-Being – Sonoma County
To expand the Diabetes Wellness program to address diabetes self-management for low income seniors and monolingual Spanish speakers.
North County Health Services – San Diego County
To provide a “treatment pool” of funds for patients who cannot afford needed healthcare or medications for their chronic conditions, such as hypertension and diabetes.
SCMAA Health Career Scholarship – Sonoma County
Challenge grant toward scholarships for students pursuing an education in a health related field.
Social Advocates for Youth – Sonoma County
To continue the capacity of bilingual intake and resource referral in the Counseling department that serves children, youth and young adults ages 5-25.
United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay – Sonoma County
To provide scholarships for low-income families so their children can attend camp and they can increase the program to six weeks with six teachers.