Common Places. Common Causes. Uncommon Connections.
Working together so better health
can take root in our communities.
- The Power of Partnership video
Opening video from the 2013 Annual Meeting.
- Jane Isaac Lowe's blog on 25 years of LFP grantmaking
Posted on the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers website.
Read Lowe's blog post.
- Looking Back: LFP Milestones
In 1987, RWJF's board authorized $8 million for Local Funding Partnerships (LFP), a 2-year trial of a new, broadly-focused matching grants program. LFP was the first RWJF program to source health problems and solutions directly from the affected communities, including immigrant and refugee populations. The program awarded more than 350 grantees in its 25 years of operation.
Scroll down on linked page to view select milestones.
- 2013 LFP Graduating Project Stories
Stories and grantee project videos produced by the 2013 class of graduating projects.
Read the stories --- Watch the videos.
- Resources from annual meeting
Presentations and handouts from the 2013 Annual Meeting.
Click here to view available resources.
“…[this video] shows how, over 25 years – and truly across the map–we have worked together to change the world, one community at a time. It has been an extraordinary endeavor–a journey of discovery that has had a profound impact on the people and places that your collective work has touched.” – Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, President and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Grants funded 1988 to 2011
Since 1988, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Local Funding Partnerships has awarded 369 grants in collaboration with 1,400 local grantmakers across the U.S. We go to where health starts, connecting health to how we live, learn, work and play.
Click on the map to see how our partnerships are making a difference.