The CVS Caremark Charitable Trust, a private foundation created by CVS Caremark Corporation (NYSE: CVS), announced today that $2.6 million in grants has been awarded to 66 non-profit organizations across the country to provide them with much-needed funding. The new grant recipients were chosen through the 2012 CVS Caremark Charitable Trust's annual grant cycle. The awarded grants align with CVS Caremark’s purpose of helping people on their path to better health and focus on initiatives supporting access to health care and children’s programming.
“We are excited to help deserving non-profit organizations with the funding they need to create healthier outcomes in their local communities in 2013,” said Eileen Howard Boone, President, CVS Caremark Charitable Trust. “All of the non-profit organizations we support share our purpose of helping people on their path to better health, and we are honored to recognize the important work they do to make a difference in the lives of children and families in the communities we serve.”
The following organizations were selected to receive a 2013 CVS Caremark Charitable Trust Grant. More than 65 organizations received funding for programs focused on autism, technology, life and workforce skills, as well as programs targeting health care for underserved populations.
The complete list of non-profit organizations awarded CVS Caremark Charitable Trust Grants include:
• Circle of Friends
• San Diego Public Library Foundation
• Support For Families Of Children With Disabilities
• California School Health Centers Association
• Health Mobile
• Promises2Kids Foundation
• California State University, Northridge Foundation
• Community Gatepath
• The Sparkle Effect, Inc.
• The SUNS Center
• United 4 Children
• Future Smiles
• Crotched Mountain Foundation
• Las Cumbres Community Services, Inc.
• Oklahoma Performing Arts, Inc.
• University of Utah