Kaiser Permanente has awarded $182,000 in community benefit grant funding to three organizations working to create healthier habits and environments for keiki and adults in Hawaii.

“We know that good health doesn’t just come from the doctor’s office, but in our homes, at school and in our communities,” said David Tumilowicz, vice president of Public Relations, Communications and Brand Management. “Our Healthy Eating, Active Living initiative provides a framework to support organizations that have similar goals: to help kids and adults in Hawaii live healthier lives.”


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