Fostering an equitable

and healthy Richmond region.

OUR FOCUS

At Richmond Memorial Health Foundation, we work to address the social, economic and structural conditions that contribute to poor health outcomes.

ACCESS TO
HEALTH CARE

Fostering improved health outcomes by increasing access to health care

EQUITY
+ HEALTH

Reducing health disparities with a focus on the social determinants of health and racial and ethnic equity

HEALTH EQUITY AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

A program to address health and racial equity in the Richmond built environment

IMPACT
INVESTING

Creating positive social change through sustainable, socially responsible funding strategies.

NEWS & RESOURCES

Health Equity & ArtsRFPs
January 14, 2020

FY 2020 Open Call For Proposals: HEArts

HEArts 2020 will build on the success of the previous HEArts cohorts by continuing to…
Health Equity & the Built EnvironmentRFPs
January 6, 2020

FY 2020 Open Call for Proposals: Health Equity and the Built Environment

Guiding this funding opportunity is the recognition that housing stability, economic opportunity, and healthy built…
Access to Health CareRFPs
January 6, 2020

FY 2020 Open Call for Proposals: Access to Behavioral Health

In this grant cycle, RMHF invites proposals that are mission-aligned with RMHF and work towards…

Health Equity

In October 2017, RMHF's 18 Equity + Health Fellows charged the Foundation to utilize its full range of tools to be a catalyst and champion for greater health and racial equity in the Richmond region and articulated an aggressive outcomes-focused agenda for change.

In June 2018, RMHF names a second class of Fellows with a new focus on grassroots neighborhood and community-based leaders.

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Health Equity in Action

Through the Health Equity and Arts, or HEArts program, nonprofit organizations working with individual artists or a collective of artists will receive grants up to $20,000 each that will support participation in a one-year engagement to use various forms of art and creative expression to engage community residents around issues of health and housing equity.

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