The Partnership for Better Health champions and invests in ideas, initiatives and collaborations that improve the health of the people and communities in our region.
We seek to eliminate health disparities and amplify the voices of those that are not always heard to ensure that all people have the chance to enjoy healthy lives.
We advocate for the common good and work to effect change in the institutions, policies, and practices that influence health decisions and outcomes in our communities.
We cultivate genuine partnerships among networks of organizations, service providers, supporters, and the people in our communities to leverage diverse perspectives, resources, and opportunities.
We are strategic and transparent with the use of our resources, holding ourselves and our partners accountable for achieving the greatest possible health impacts.
We take risks in the pursuit of new ideas and view these efforts as opportunities for learning and improvement.
We continually seek, through research, data and community engagement, unbiased and novel solutions that are more effective, efficient, just and sustainable than current practices, and that will translate into a healthier community for everyone.
The Partnership for Better Health will serve as a catalyst, advocate and collaborator to establish health as a shared priority and to ensure that everyone has what they need for good health, making our communities among the healthiest in the nation.
Three strategic goals will direct our efforts and investments during 2019-2022. The goals, key objectives and strategic initiatives are designed to build upon the partnership for Better Health’s recent work in these areas, and ultimately to advance its efforts to improve the health of the people and communities in our region.
I. Philanthropic Impact
Deepen the Partnership for Better Health’s philanthropic impact on building healthy communities, ensuring access for all, and strengthening health capacities.
II. Advocacy and Systems Change
Engage in advocacy to make health a shared priority in our communities and to achieve long-term systems change.
III. Organizational Strength
Maintain the strength of the organization.