Health Care for Kansans
The Sunflower Foundation works to help strengthen and improve the health care system, especially for vulnerable populations, by working closely with providers and consumers around access, quality and outcomes.
Registration Open for Kansas Built Environment and the Outdoors Summit
July 30, 2015The intersection of healthy living, community building, and economic vitality will be explored and illuminated at the 9th Annual Kansas Built Environment and the Outdoors Summit (BEOS) on October 13-15th in Overland Park.
Sunflower Foundation awards more than $430,000 to support integrating behavioral and physical health care
April 30, 2015Sunflower's Board of Trustees has awarded three grants as part of the foundation's Integrated Care Initiative, which supports primary care and behavioral health safety net systems that are working to deliver health care for the whole person.
Sunflower Foundation Announces Board Appointments
April 22, 2015
The Sunflower Foundation announces two appointments to its Board of Trustees by Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt. The appointees are Jay Kennedy of Frankfort (pictured) and Reggie Robinson of Lawrence.
Sunflower awards more than $250,000 for trails
April 21, 2015The Sunflower Foundation Board of Trustees has awarded just over $250,000 to seven communities and one school district to build new trails, or connect and enhance existing trails.
Foundations Continue Support for Health Reform Resource Project
March 19, 2015Members of the Kansas Grantmakers in Health group have approved renewing funding for the Health Reform Resource Project, an initiative to support organizations statewide that are affected by the Affordable Care Act.
Kansas Built Environment and the Outdoors Summit: Oct. 13-15
September 17, 2015
In many communities, safe places for walking, biking and other physical activity have been engineered out of the built environment. And that’s hurting our health. The Kansas BEOS conference is aimed at re-establishing opportunities for exercise and healthy eating in our daily lives.MORE STORIES ›