Category: Press Release

Health Foundation announces 2018 class of Health Leadership Fellows

Thirty-one western and central New York skilled professionals from health-related and safety-net organizations have been awarded Health Leadership Fellowships. Now in its ninth cohort, the goal of the Health Leadership…

New Multi-Year Program Aims to Provide Training for Agencies Supporting Children and Families Through Trauma

A new multi-year program, “Co-Creating Well-Being: Supporting Children and Families Through Trauma,” will come to the region, The Health Foundation for Western & Central New York announced today. The three-phase…

“Innovations in Children’s Health and Well-being in WNY & CNY” RFP

The Health Foundation for Western and Central New York works toward the goal that all young children impacted by poverty are physically, socially and emotionally healthy as they enter kindergarten….

Health Foundation Promotes Diane Oyler to Vice President of Programs

The Health Foundation for Western and Central New York has named Diane Oyler as its next vice president of programs. In this position, she will provide leadership, management and oversight…

Grants Totaling Over $1.5 Million Approved by HFWCNY Board of Trustees at June 2018 Meeting

The Health Foundation for Western and Central New York Board of Trustees has awarded new grants totaling more than $1.5 million in June 2018. The grant making activities reflect commitment…

Health Foundation appoints Whitwood and McCall to Board of Trustees

The Health Foundation for Western and Central New York appointed two new members to its Board of Trustees at its June meeting. Carrie Whitwood, of Wellsville, NY, is the executive…

Registration Open: AARP Leading on Livability Pre-Conference Summit

AARP Leading on Livability Pre-Conference Summit In conjunction with AARP’s second annual Leading on Livability Summit, The Health Foundation for Western and Central New York is excited to announce that…

Save the date! ‘Leading on Livability: Innovation for an Age Friendly New York’ August 1-3

New York is the first state in the nation to join the Network of Age-Friendly Communities. Forward-thinking communities are increasing their focus on livability, walkability, community health, economic development and…

Seventh class of Health Leadership Fellows graduates at April 23 ceremony

Thirty-five leaders from health and human services organizations throughout western and central New York graduated from the Health Leadership Fellows program at a ceremony on April 23, 2018 at the…

Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation endows new program officer for caregiving position

The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation announced a partnership with the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York and the Michigan Health Endowment Fund along with a $2 million…