Health Foundation gives $1.8 million

The Health Foundation of South Florida on Wednesday annnounced it was awarding grants worth a total of $1.8 million to 21 organizations.

Among the awards in Miami-Dade were $197,000 to the Miami-Dade County Health Department, $200,000 to Open Door Health Center and $107,000 to the University of Miami. Other Miami-Dade grants included $20,000 to the Banyan Community Health Center, $45,000 to Centro Mater Child Care Services, $230,000 to the Chapman Partnership, $51,000 to CHARLEE of Dade County, $75,000 to Farm Share and $60,000 to the Miami Dade College Foundation.

In Broward County, grants included $96,300 to Archways, $120,000 to Boys & Girls Club of Broward County and $150,000 to the Broward County Health Department.

In Monroe County, the Rural Health Network received $130,000.

The foundation has awarded more than $98 million in grants and support since 1993.

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