The MolinaCares Accord (“MolinaCares”), in collaboration with Molina Healthcare of New Mexico (“Molina”), will donate $200,000 to support wildfire relief efforts in addition to providing shelter, food, water, and medical care to affected residents. Donations will go to the Santa Fe Community Foundation Resiliency Fund, which is providing rapid wildfire relief in San Miguel and Mora counties, and to the All Together New Mexico Fund (ATNM), which has recently been reactivated to coordinate statewide relief. ATNM was first established in 2020 by the New Mexico Coalition of Community Foundations in conjunction with the Governor’s office for COVID-19 response and recovery.
Funds Support Expanding Behavioral Health Capacity in the North Sound Region
The Molina Healthcare Charitable Foundation, Milwaukee Office of Early Childhood Initiatives and Ascension St. Joseph Announce the Welcome to Milwaukee Project, Supporting New Parents and Their Babies
The Molina Healthcare Charitable Foundation, in conjunction with Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin, together with the Milwaukee Office of Early Childhood Initiatives and Ascension SE Wisconsin – St. Joseph Campus today announced a new initiative designed to help newborns get a head start in life. The Welcome to Milwaukee Project will provide parents with a variety of resources to support their newborns during the early childhood development years.
Molina Healthcare of Idaho (“Molina”) today announced a grant of $10,000 to Living Independence Network Corporation (LINC), a catalyst for independent living, providing information, referrals and resources to people with disabilities, helping them remain in their own home. The donation was made as part of Idaho Gives, a program of the Idaho Nonprofit Center designed to bring awareness for Idaho nonprofits.