The Humana Foundation presented a six-figure grant to the University of Florida that to support the Health-Smart Holistic Health and Wellness Centers Program for Seniors, which aims to address the problems of social isolation, food insecurity, and financial insecurity in the Jacksonville community.
the Humana Foundation presented the University of Florida with a $820,000 Strategic Community Investment to fund the Health-Smart Holistic Health and Wellness Centers Program for Seniors, which aims to promote social connection and food security among minority, underserved, and low-income Jacksonville seniors.
As the philanthropic arm of Humana Inc., the Humana Foundation is committed to helping nonprofit organizations address food insecurity and social connection –two social determinants of health that significantly impact people’s overall health and well-being, as part of Humana’s Bold Goal population health program in Jacksonville and nearly a dozen other communities across the country.
Shown below pictured from left to right is Leslie Clements, Dr. John Montgomery, Laura Nolan, Paul Sapia, Dr. Carolyn Tucker, and Dr. Leon Haley, Jr.
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