Our Work

We work with people and organizations who are routinely denied access to local social, political, and economic support systems, whether due to their organizational size or structure, their location, or language or cultural barriers. 


By directly providing financial, human, and other resources, we reallocate wealth and knowledge in service of health and wellbeing. Some of the skills we bring to our partnerships are survey and research development, project management, budgeting, organizational governance, health education, policy analysis, and scientific and grant writing, alongside subject area expertise in many aspects of community and individual health. 

In our partnerships, we aim to do two things at once:

Help build the capacity of our partners to get what they need in the here and now.

Support the larger work of disrupting unjust systems and replacing them with new, just ones.