SEATTLE — March 19, 2019 — The awards reflect the work of organizations in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties that support cancer-related community health activities through health promotion, education, health services or cancer screenings.
Funding criteria for SCCA’s community benefit grant recipients include activities supporting underserved or vulnerable populations that may face barriers to accessing health services. The grantees responded to a request for proposal and were chosen from a wide range of community health organizations by an SCCA steering committee to represent all three counties in the community benefit service area.
“We’re proud to partner with these organizations to help people access essential health services,” said Terry McDonnell, vice president of clinical operations and chief nurse executive for SCCA. “We are gratified by the work that teams at these organizations do and the beneficial results their care delivery provides to people living in this region.”
Fred Hutch Media Team