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Sunflower Trails Profile: McCarter Elementary McCarter Elementary Principal Kathy Cooney, left, Teacher Kara Adams and Literacy Coach Jenny Lee participate in a recent community walking event on their school's new trail. read more >
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Improving Access to Health Care. Find out how the foundation directs its resources to help improve access for the uninsured and underinsured Kansans. Learn More >
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Living Healthier Lives. Focusing on projects that emphasize the importance of physical activity and nutrition as a means to preventing obesity, especially in children. Learn More >
Advocacy: Strategies for Change Helping nonprofits become stronger and more effective in promoting the populations they serve and in entering into policy discussions. Learn More >
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Finding Your Voice. Helping leaders develop the understanding, experience and expertise they need to become powerful voices for the Kansans they serve. Learn More >
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Sarah Kliff, senior editor of health care reporting at start-up Vox.com, will discuss the current environment surrounding the Affordable Care Act. Register now for this free event on May 14 in Wichita.
It is a pleasure to introduce Phil Cauthon, the Sunflower Foundationís first Director of Communications. Phil is a multimedia journalist and communications specialist with a variety of experience in both traditional and new media platforms.
The Sunflower Foundation: Health Care for Kansans Board of Trustees recently awarded nearly $400,000 in Sunflower Trails to eight communities and six schools to build, expand, and improve trails.
The 2014 class of Advocacy Fellows has been named. This year's class of 14 nonprofit leaders from across the state will participate in the six-session, year-long program to train effective public policy advocates. Click on the headline to learn more.
The Board of Trustees of the Sunflower Foundation: Health Care for Kansans recently awarded more than $1.3 million in grants as part of its Integrated Care Initiative program.
Three years after the Kansas Clean Indoor Air Act became Kansas law, a statewide public opinion poll of Kansas voters indicates three out of four continue to favor the law.
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