Annual Report 2018

We look back on our first decade. This year's report highlights key milestones, includes reflections from community leaders and shows how we've grown over the past ten years.

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What's New?

Foundation Announces Addition of Four New Board Members

September 12, 2019

WATERTOWN, MA – Sept. 12, 2019 – Tufts Health Plan Foundation welcomed Benjamin Perkins, Jo Ann Simons, Mary Skelton Roberts and Kristin Lewis to its Board of Directors, broadening its leadership and expertise in community. The Foundation, which recently celebrated its first decade, works collaboratively to make communities great places to grow up and grow old.

“Our board brings diverse, lived, professional expertise to our work, but most importantly a passion for community,” said Thomas P. O’Neill, III, who chairs the Tufts Health Plan Foundation board of directors and serves on the Tufts Health Plan board.

Nora Moreno Cargie, president of Tufts Health Plan Foundation and vice president for corporate citizenship at Tufts Health Plan, added, “We know our new members’ insights and wisdom will advance our mission and enrich this very important work.”

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Apply Now for Tufts Health Plan Foundation Mini-Grants
Momentum Fund will make $400,000 available to community organizations

July 17, 2019

Momentum Fund mini-grants of up to $10,000 are available to advance age-friendly and dementia-friendly work in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. These one-year awards are designed to build on community experiences and insights as they advance age- and dementia-friendly cities and towns.

“The strongest ideas for engaging on aging issues come from community,” said Nora Moreno Cargie, president of Tufts Health Plan Foundation and vice president for corporate citizenship at Tufts Health Plan. “Our desire is to ensure these resources support those ideas.”

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Tufts Health Plan Foundation Awards Nearly $1.9 Million
15 investments support community priorities for healthy living and older people

June 14, 2019

Tufts Health Plan Foundation today announced new community investments reflecting a commitment to a community approach for making our cities and towns great places to grow up and grow old. The nearly $1.9 million supports 15 nonprofit organizations working in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.

“Building communities that are responsive to the needs of older people is essential as our society ages,” said Thomas P. O’Neill III, who chairs the Tufts Health Plan Foundation board of directors. “Our investments support community-based organizations in their efforts to implement age-friendly policies and practices.”

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The Power in Aging and Engaging Community
Annual Report Celebrates Foundation's First Decade

December 13, 2018

For 10 years, Tufts Health Plan Foundation has been steadfast in its commitment to healthy aging, embracing a strong core belief: Communities that listen to and include older people in solutions are stronger, more vibrant and healthier. In this report, we look back on our first decade. And while it only highlights our milestones and features a few stories, it shows how our grantmaking has expanded to include innovative multiyear initiatives and strong collaborations with roots in community.

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