Endowment announces grant recipients
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – The Drew Michael Taylor Foundation and the Summit Health Community Health department recently received grants from Summit Endowment to aid them in implementing or continuing programs to benefit the community.
The grant awarded to the Drew Michael Taylor Foundation will be used to expand the Foundation’s grief and loss lending library.
The grant awarded to Summit Health’s Community Health Department will be used for a Drop 10 in 10 with Smart Technology program. This program is an enhancement to the weight loss education now being offered in Summit Health’s GetFit! Program. The smart technology is called FitBit, which is an activity monitoring device that syncs with smartphones so you can keep track of activity like exercise, steps made and even calories burned.
The mission of the Summit Endowment is to identify and address the communities’ health needs and to encourage development of programs and activities of non-profit organizations that will measurably improve the health of people in the area.
If you are interested in applying for a Summit Endowment grant, contact Ann Spottswood, Summit Endowment Manager, at (717) 267-4861 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summit Health, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to building a healthier community through leading-edge medical technology, skilled physicians, caring staff, and convenient locations. Summit Health’s comprehensive selection of services and providers includes family physicians, surgeons, specialists, diagnostic services, a women’s health center, a fitness center, two walk-in care centers, and two award-winning hospitals.