Grants distributed to community partners in fiscal year 2018
Million dollars invested worldwide in fiscal year 2018
With the help of tools provided by the Medtronic Foundation, Keith Hebert began a meal-packing drive that's contributed 1.8 million meals to those in need.
Dr. Glory Simon Joseph
Leads trainings for health workers in Tanzania to screen and treat Rheumatic Heart Disease (RHD), a type of heart damage caused by strep throat bacteria.Read More
Dr. Sanele Madela
Thanks to storytelling training, Dr. Madela is sharing his vision for healthcare for the underserved at the World Health Assembly and the U.S. Congress, among other places.Read More
Medtronic employee Chie Kishimoto and her colleagues leverage Medtronic Foundation resources to create towel caps for cancer patients during a P6 employee volunteer event.Read More
From avid athlete to heart patient, Hui Li uses a grant he received from the Medtronic Foundation to fund the Bethune Charitable Foundation’s mental health support programs.Read More
At 14, Lewis Hine founded Friend Finder to bring together children with long-term illnesses or disabilities. As a Bakken Invitation Honoree, his good work is going even further.Read More
Creude Mendes de Souza
Community health workers like Creude help address barriers to care by making home visits and connecting patients to a wide range of resources to support their needs.Read More
Dr. Thomas Rea
Dr. Thomas Rea leads a pilot effort based out of Washington State to improve sudden cardiac arrest outcomes.Read More
all people deserve access to quality healthcare.
underserved communities face disproportionate barriers to achieve health and well-being.
patients and health workers have critical insights and should be involved in healthcare changes.
as global healthcare leaders, we must support sustainable solutions that improve outcomes for all.