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$5.15 Million Provided to Support Local Health Care Needs
Date:12/16/2008

receiving funds are programs that support specific health-related needs, such as the Breast Cancer Resource Center, Any Baby Can, and Boys and Girls Club of the Capital Area. Seven nonprofit organizations in this category will receive a total of $451,650.

Grants for safety net clinics reach a total of $3.7 million

Ranging from People's Community Clinic to Lone Star Circle of Care in Williamson County, primary care and specialty clinics will receive a total of $3,720,607. These safety net clinics provide access to quality health care for uninsured and underinsured Central Texans.

$50,000 awarded for dental clinic funding

To provide increased oral health care for seniors in Central Texas, Manos de Cristo will receive $25,000. AIDS Services of Austin will also receive $25,000 toward the Jack Sansing Dental Clinic, which provides primary dental and oral medical care to persons with HIV/AIDS.

The mission of St. David's Community Health Foundation is to keep the promise

of a better life by improving health and health care for all Central Texans.



                   St. David's Community Health Foundation
                        2008 Physical Grant Recipients

St. David's Community Health Foundation Grants for Support Services for Older
                                    Adults

    Aging Services Council             $13,980    program coordination and
                                                   public education campaign
    Austin Groups for the Elderly      $100,000   supportive services to
                                                   enhance independent living
    Capital Area Food Band of Texas    $25,000    Healthy Options Program for
                                                   the Elderly (HOPE)
    The Care Communities               $43,242    program capacity expansion
    Combined Community Action     
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