To address the shortage of blood supply in the community, AHMC Health Foundation organizes a series of blood donation events every year in partnership with the American Red Cross.
For questions, please contact our Blood Drive Coordinator, Donna Delarosa 626.312.2313
Past Health Events
We have sponsored screenings for:
- cancer markers
- chronic hepatitis
- heart disease prevention
- prostate cancer
- vascular conditions
We have sponsored lectures on the following topics:
- blood donation awareness
- breast cancer
- heart health
- liver disease
- lung health
- peripheral vascular disease
Grants and Gifts
$46,000 awarded to Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation to purchase pediatric dentistry equipment targeting low-income children in Los Angeles County.
$21,000 awarded to Herald Christian Health Center to replace old equipment so they can continue to serve uninsured and underserved medical and dental patients.
$25,000 awarded to the Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley to support their “Triple Play” project, which encourages children to maintain good nutrition and to stay active for a healthier lifestyle.
$6,400 awarded to Service Planning Area 3 Health Planning Group to support the delivery of healthcare services by addressing the service gaps within the San Gabriel Valley.
$50,000 awarded to the Cleaver Family Wellness Clinic to increase service hours for the medically underserved and provide community health education.
$25,000 grant awarded to the YMCA of West San Gabriel Valley’s Junior Fit Club “Enriching Mind and Body” Program, which provides services to families with underserved or homeless children.
Equipment for 4 Paramedics units of the city of Monterey Park Fire Department with blue tooth enabled transmission of cardiac patients’ data
$16,000 in scholarships for youth in financial need to attend the Future Physicians Summer Camp held July 2011 at Garfield Medical Center
We appreciate your interest in the AHMC Health Foundation!
Only nonprofit, charitable 501(c) (3) organizations or governmental agencies are eligible to receive funding from AHMC Health Foundation’s Grant-In-Aid program.
The Foundation’s Grant-In-Aid program supports programs and projects aimed at mitigating health issues prevalent in the areas served by AHMC-affiliated hospitals. Such projects and programs will be selected on the basis of their potential to make a demonstrable impact on the health status of the target communities. Grants must address a pressing healthcare need in the community, and the grant-seeking agency must demonstrate its commitment to the project by sharing a portion of the project’s cost.
The Foundation will support programs and projects aimed at mitigating health issues prevalent in the hospitals’ service areas. Such projects and programs will be selected based on their potential to make a demonstrable impact on the health status of the target community. Grants will be awarded on a competitive basis and must address a pressing healthcare need in the community.
The maximum amount awarded under the Grant-In-Aid program to a single grantee within one calendar year should not exceed $50,000.
The AHMC Health Foundation evaluates applications for the Grant-In-Aid program on a quarterly basis.
To receive further consideration by the AHMC Health Foundation Board of Directors, please submit a funding proposal in accordance with the following requirements:
Completed grant application; incomplete proposals may be disqualified.