(October 21, 2016) - The HealthPath Foundation of Ohio is hosting two Pre-Application Workshops to discuss our Community Connections funding opportunity for 2017.
If you have any questions, please contact Christine Mulvin at email@example.com or 513-768-6117.
Volunteers Needed to Review Proposals
Volunteers on our Community Connections Grant Proposal Review Committees will make recommendations about which projects to fund, learn more about community efforts, and network with others in their regions.
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Embassy Suites Columbus Airport
2886 Airport Dr., Columbus, Ohio 43219
The event is free to attend. Please RSVP by May 3 by clicking here.
Please join us as we announce HealthPath's 2017 Community Connections grantees and the 2017 Community Connector Award winner.
At the luncheon, you will hear from Keynote Speaker TaKeysha Sheppard Cheney. She serves at the director of Community Engagement for Molina Healthcare of Ohio, a subsidiary of a FORTUNE 500, multi-state health care organization that arranges for the delivery of health care services to individuals and families who receive their care through Medicaid, Medicare and other government-funded programs. As director, Cheney oversees strategic community partnerships and sponsorships that ultimately contribute to enrollment growth and the engagement of current members.
Following the luncheon, meet colleagues and learn more about who is working in the issue areas and counties you are interested in during a brief networking session.
Breakout Sessions - 1:45-3:25 p.m.
You won't want to miss participating in three concurrent, small group sessions. Designed to help grantees and future applicants with their community engagement, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about:
For more information, visit our Community Connections page.
(CINCINNATI, February 16, 2017) — The Community Connector Award recognizes an individual or pair of individuals who have dedicated their time and efforts to give all Ohioans the opportunity to achieve their fullest health potential.
In 2012, The HealthPath Foundation of Ohio launched our Community Connections initiative to engage more organizations and people within our service area through grants, community programs, and volunteer opportunities. In this spirit of connecting communities to the resources they need to be healthier, HealthPath has created the Community Connector Award.
Eligibility for the Community Connector Award
Nominees for the Community Connector Award must:
HealthPath Board members, staff, grantees, and community members may nominate a person or team of up to two people for the Community Connector Award. Nominations will be accepted online. The deadline is Wednesday, April 5, 2017.
The nomination will ask for:
HealthPath will create a selection panel to review the nominations and select the award winner. The winner will be notified on April 14, 2017.
The Community Connectors will be honored at the Community Connections Luncheon on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio. The Community Connector(s) will receive an individual recognition plaque and will designate an operating support grant of $2,500 to the nonprofit organization of their choice. The nonprofit must work in one of HealthPath’s result areas and predominantly serve at least one of HealthPath’s 36 counties.
For more information please contact Christine Mulvin at 513-768-6117 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit our website.
Help us make Ohio a healthier place to live by volunteering to review proposals from your community.
To volunteer to be a reviewer, please visit our volunteer page.
The HealthPath Foundation of Ohio is now accepting proposals for the 2017 Community Connections initiative. To view the Request for Proposals, click here. To submit a proposal, please visit our online application system. We recently implemented a new online system; you may need to create a new account before you can start the proposal. For instructions on how to set up your account, please click here.
Please contact Christine Mulvin with any questions about the application process at 513-768-6117 or email@example.com.
Eric DeWald, Cheryl Jones, Cheryl Wheeler, and Mike Espel
Congratulations to our 2017 Community Connector Award winners Mike Espel of St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy, and Cheryl Wheeler and Cheryl Jones of Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley. They were honored at the Community Connections Luncheon on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio. The Community Connectors received an individual recognition plaque and designated an operating support grant of $2,500 to the nonprofit organization of their choice.
Mike Espel has been connecting the under-served of Cincinnati to the pharmacy services they need to meet their health goals for over 40 years. As a former pharmacist for the Cincinnati Health Department, Mike was selected to become the founding pharmacy director of St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy in 2006. In this role, Mike opened a second location to increase medication access to neighboring communities.
From procuring donated medications and grant funding to managing staff and volunteers, Mike dedicates himself to ensure the pharmacy operations run smoothly. He invests time motivating patients to achieve their health goals and truly believes anyone can make a change to better themselves.
Cheryl Wheeler and Cheryl Jones collectively boast almost 60 years of dedicated service to Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley. Wheeler works as director of Children and Senior Services and Jones is the senior manager of Youth and Senior Services.
Wheeler is a former consultant and coach for the National Easter Seals Senior and Adult Day Services Network, as well as a member of the National Easter Seals Outcomes Task Force. She is a trainer for Centers Serving Intellectually and Developmentally Disabled and Older Adults as well as for Matter of Balance, an evidence-based program on falls prevention. Wheeler is past president of the Ohio Association of Adult Day Services and is a current member of the American Society on Aging, the National Council on Aging, and the National Adult Day Services Association. She also serves on the Alzheimer’s Association Miami Valley Chapter Board of Directors.
Jones is the former manager of Outreach Services with the Community Action Agency in Cincinnati. She volunteered with the Head Start Program, assisting grandparents who were raising their grandchildren. At Lutheran Social Services, she worked with single parents and grandparents and children to facilitate and provide oversight for family advocacy, education, and community engagement. Jones works with the Miami Valley chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and will be a panelist for its 2017 Dimensions of Dementia.
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