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Marking Five Years of Community-Led Health Equity Solutions:  Palm Health Foundation Reveals Impact of Healthier Together Initiative

Marking Five Years of Community-Led Health Equity Solutions: Palm Health Foundation Reveals Impact of Healthier Together Initiative

Resident-led movements in six Palm Beach County communities lay  the foundation for unifying residents during 2020’s racial justice and pandemic challenges.     West Palm Beach, Fla. – Palm Health Foundation is marking the five-year anniversary of its first Healthier Together communities

Healthier Together: Reflecting on Lessons Learned

Healthier Together: Reflecting on Lessons Learned

  Building a Movement for Better Health Dear Neighbor, I’m excited to share with you this report: A Shared Purpose: Transforming Communities Through the Social Determinants of Health, Lessons Learned from the First Five Years of Palm Health Foundation’s Healthier Together

Palm Health Foundation Leads Collaboration to Provide Relief to  Boynton Beach Family in Crisis During COVID-19 Pandemic

Palm Health Foundation Leads Collaboration to Provide Relief to Boynton Beach Family in Crisis During COVID-19 Pandemic

As Palm Health Foundation and its partners continue to collect the personal stories of Palm Beach County residents during COVID-19, more community members in crisis are receiving the help they need through the new Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fund.  The fund was established by Palm Health Foundation

Highlighting a Local Hero

Highlighting a Local Hero

Highlighting a Local Hero   Ricky Petty, Project Director, Healthier Boynton Beach   In June 2020,  Healthier Boynton Beach Project Director Ricky Petty received the Palm Beach Illustrated/Eau Palm Beach Local Heroes Award in recognition of his service to the community during the

PHFShares.org

PHFShares.org

    Palm Health Foundation has launched a website sharing resident stories that we and our partner organizations have collected using the SenseMaker® tool. These personal stories about the impact of COVID-19 are searchable by city, concern, age, gender and emotion, and give an intimate

A Letter from Healthier Together on Racial Injustice

A Letter from Healthier Together on Racial Injustice

    Dear Friends, Neighbors, Colleagues and the Palm Beach County Community,   We’re writing to you as residents of Palm Beach County. As sons and daughters, mothers and fathers. As black and white neighbors in this community. We’re writing because we’re humans bearing witness to

Public Launch of COVID-19 Story Collection Project Shares Personal Experiences of Fear, Hope and Resilience

Public Launch of COVID-19 Story Collection Project Shares Personal Experiences of Fear, Hope and Resilience

Story gallery to be featured by Spady Cultural Heritage Museum  as a reflection on one of the greatest crises of our time.   West Palm Beach, Fla. – A new website launched by Palm Health Foundation is sharing the COVID-19 personal experiences of Palm Beach County residents. Searchable

We are Committed to Doing Better

Dear Neighbors,   As we bear witness to deep racial injustice, we must commit to being part of real change. We must show up for our black community by leaning in and listening. We must take responsibility for our own education, both as individuals and organizations.    Palm Health

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fund Launches with Car Donation to Mom Committed to Bettering Her Family

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fund Launches with Car Donation to Mom Committed to Bettering Her Family

West Palm Beach, Fla. – A recent letter to the editor in The Palm Beach Post inspired a local resident to anonymously donate his car to Palm Health Foundation’s new Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fund. In the letter published on April 14, 2020, foundation president and CEO Patrick McNamara spoke of his

The Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fund at Palm Health Foundation

The Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fund at Palm Health Foundation

  “I ran out of food yesterday after going five days on one meal. I have no money or food stamps. I have no car. The bus is my only transportation. I am considered “high risk” during the COVID-19 crisis due to underlying health problems. I have no mask or gloves. I am terrified to go out