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2015 Advocates in Disability Award Winner Announced

The HSC Foundation,

The HSC Foundation and Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation announce that Odunola Ojewumi is the 2015 recipient of the Advocates in Disability Award. More

Funders Come Together to Advocate for Young People with Disabilities

The HSC Foundation,

Two foundations dedicated to empowering youth with disabilities announced today a collaborative effort to provide funding focused on youth transitions to adulthood and employment. The HSC Foundation and the Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation will each provide a $120,000 matching fund grant for a combined total of $240,000 over the next three years. More

The HSC Health Care System Welcomes New Deputy Chief Financial Officer

The HSC Foundation,

The HSC Health Care System, a D.C.-based nonprofit committed to serving families with complex health care needs and eliminating barriers to health services, announced today that Raymond Vicks will become its new deputy chief financial officer. More

2014-2015 Youth Transitions Fellow Announced

The HSC Foundation,

The HSC Foundation is pleased to announce that Alexander Freeman is the 2014 recipient of its Advocates in Disability Award. More

Dr. Thomas W. Chapman Joins IHI Board of Directors

The HSC Foundation,

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), a leading innovator in health and health care improvement worldwide is pleased to announce its newest board member: Dr. Thomas W. Chapman, president and CEO of The HSC Foundation. More

HSC in the News

Reforming care for children with disabilities

Healthcare reform creates challenges and opportunities, particularly for children with disabilities.As a consequence, The HSC Foundation is working with groups that are piloting community activities to reduce health disparities among underserved children with special healthcare needs. More

Social conditions have dominant influence on healthcare

The HSC Health Care System in Washington, D.C., has addressed social conditions for populations with disabilities and special healthcare needs for more than 100 years through a variety of approaches. More