Stories of Impact
Learn how our partner organizations are positively impacting the health and well-being of people and families.
Immunization clinics provide more than vaccinations
Community-building events help underserved communities receive health care and social support that they may not have access to otherwise.
Generations Together: A collaboration network for change
Generations Together wants all generations of Oregonians to have equitable access to the resources needed to live and age well together.
Comunidades Unidas, Cambia Health Foundation longtime partner, receives national recognition
Celebrating our ongoing partnership with Comunidades Unidas during Latinx Heritage Month and year-round
Pilot program invites Cambia employees into philanthropic giving
Cambia Community Resilience Fund gave employees a front-row seat to the Foundation’s philanthropy.
Latino Network: Culturally competent care
Raising awareness and access to behavioral health services among the communities they serve.
Partner spotlight: Volunteers of America Western Washington
In recognition of the 1-year anniversary of the launch of the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
Seek to understand: Panel conversation examines mental health among youth
Experts discuss youth mental health, the link between mental and physical health and what we can do to help during virtual community conversation.
Cultivating connection: Addressing loneliness and isolation in older people
“For people who experience loneliness and isolation, their health can be deeply affected."
National Volunteer Week: Empowering service and giving back
Engaging Cambia employees in a spirit of giving back through volunteerism
Community partner guest post: Boldly Go Philanthropy on sustained commitment to transforming birthing services in health care
Boldly Go Philanthropy shares about their ongoing success and future work to improve birthing ecosystems statewide.
Byrd Barr Place’s community-led efforts to improve pregnancy care and health inequities for Black Washingtonians
Cambia Health Foundation supported Byrd Barr Place’s recent initiatives as part of our Resilient Children and Families funding program.
Striving for health equity during Black History Month and beyond
Over the years, Cambia Health Foundation has invested more than $12 million to eliminate health disparities.
Celebrating 15 years of impact
Since its founding in 2007, Cambia Health Foundation has invested over $110M to make our communities stronger and healthier.
In the wake of suicide, Crisis Connections provides comfort to survivors
Losing a loved one to suicide is devastating. Crisis Connections' program provides outreach and emotional support to help suicide survivors heal.
Meeting the needs of our community after disasters
The Foundation reserves funds for immediate response, allowing us to be flexible and agile when disaster strikes.
Pride in Idaho Care Neighborhoods
Cornerstone Whole Healthcare Organization supports vulnerable rural community members
Whole Health Care. Whole Lives. Whole Community
Innovative initiative connecting stable housing and physical/mental health services for Portland’s homeless community.
Making Advance Care Planning More Accessible
Simple resources to help people and families prepare for care.
"If I became sick... I'll truly understand how alone I am."
When it comes to loneliness and isolation LGBTQ seniors lead the pack. Who will advocate and care for this vulnerable community?
Building Workforce Resilience for Hospice and Palliative Care Providers
Helping ensure clinicians have what they need to provide all people everywhere access to the best medical care.
Helping Children Navigate Crisis through Reading and Storytelling
We all want our children to feel safe and secure. Reading aloud to your child is one way to help your family through this difficult time.
Adolescents and Young Adults Facing Illness and Loss: Finding Meaning, Focusing on Hope
Informational discussion with special guest speaker Barbara L. Jones, PhD, MSW, FNAP, part of the Kathy Perko Lectureship for Innovation in Pediatric Palliative Care series which honors Kathy’s legacy as a leader, advocate and champion for improving quality of life for our most special patients and their families.