The Elevance Health Foundation believes that food is medicine, and that consistent access to nutritious food is an essential part of maintaining health. Over the past five years, we have championed better access to nutritious foods in the communities we serve, with the Foundation providing nearly $20 million in grants to nonprofit organizations. And year-round, our associates give their time and talent to fighting hunger on the front lines.
To support our recently refined strategy, the Foundation is building on its work in programs that treat food as medicine. We are focusing on programs that help prevent the onset of diet-related health conditions and demonstrate improved health outcomes. Our goal is to create greater access to healthy and nutritious food by improving affordable, healthy food options among food-insecure populations.
We partner with those committed to health equity and whole-person care, and who demonstrate a deep understanding of the health-related needs of the populations they serve.
Learn about our funding criteria.