Responding to the needs of underserved immigrant communities in the Bay Area, the Street Level Health Project’s food pantry serves as a gateway for those with basic food needs to access health care, legal, employment and housing services.
This year’s community benefit donation of $75,000 from Sutter Health Plus will help the popular Fit Quest program currently serving Placer, Sacramento, Sutter and Yuba county schools expand into Stanislaus and Merced counties.
This year’s donation of $43,333 from Sutter Health Plus will enable The HEAL Project to resume the popular 10-year-old project that introduces hands-on gardening and healthy cooking lessons to hundreds of San Mateo County elementary school students.
Sutter Health Plus recently published a Year in Review report highlighting major accomplishments last year.
Since launching in January 2014, Sutter Health Plus has expanded to 14 Northern California counties, partnered with brokers and employer clients and grown our membership. We’re also creating a buzz online and in our communities.
In this video, travel with us through the Central Valley, Sonoma and the Bay Area communities.
Sutter Health Plus recently donated $65,000 to the United Way of Stanislaus County community health initiative, CHEF. In addition, Memorial Medical Center and Sutter Gould Medical Foundation, both part of the Sutter Health network, donated $10,000 to the program.
Sutter Health Plus recently donated $10,000 Health Careers Academy High School, a Stockton charter school focused on a curriculum that teaches students health care technical skills. In addition, Sutter Gould Medical Foundation donated $2,500 to the program.
Sutter Health Plus recently invested $75,000 in Fit Quest, an on-site school program that teaches 5th and 6th grade students easy ways to increase physical activity, adopt healthy eating habits and engage in activities that promote mental wellness.
As a great neighbor, Sutter Health Plus supports organizations that connect people with vital community services. This includes programs that remove language and cultural barriers that may prevent people from accessing needed medical care.
Sutter Health Plus health plan and Memorial Medical Center recently donated $100,000 to Center for Human Services, a not-for-profit that provides critical community resources to families in the Stanislaus County community.