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 $1.4 million in grant awards to 75 different organizations and programs in the North San Francisco Bay Area and San Diego County.
In Spring 2015, PFMC awarded a total of $48,000 to the following recipients:
To support a program to enable and encourage regular physical activity to help with obesity prevention and related disease prevention in youth and their families.
Jewish Community Free Clinic
To support six weekly clinics with an all-volunteer staff that provides free medical care and social services to any uninsured person in need.
To support work to provide donated surgeries, specialty care and diagnostic screenings to the uninsured in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, Solano and Sonoma counties.
San Diego County Medical Society Foundation
For support of Project Access operational costs. PASD provides donated specialty care consultations and surgeries to uninsured adults in San Diego County.
Sonoma County Regional Parks
To help fund a part-time bilingual naturalist to lead local park hikes and other bilingual outings. Also promote Healthy Parks, Healthy People programs for Latino residents and seniors in Sonoma County to introduce them to the benefits of outdoor fitness and improve their health.
United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay
To fund the purchase of adaptive therapeutic equipment, sage for Sage Therapy and provide scholarships for low-income families so their children can attend camp.