Community Benefit

El Camino Healthcare District (ECHD) Community Benefit

The El Camino Healthcare District uses information from the most recent Community Health Needs Assessment to inform the Community Benefit grant-making process, which is described in the District's annual Community Benefit Plan. The CHNA is conducted by El Camino Health in collaboration with other local health systems. The five health needs selected through the 2022 CHNA to be addressed are:

  • Healthcare Access & Delivery (including oral health)
  • Behavioral Health (including domestic violence trauma)
  • Diabetes & Obesity
  • Economic Stability (including food insecurity, housing & homelessness)
  • Chronic Conditions (other than Diabetes & Obesity)

More information on the 2022 CHNA will be made available in El Camino Health’s CHNA report, which will be made publicly available by June 30, 2022. Please refer to the 2022 CHNA Executive Summary of Selected Health Needs which provides the most recent data about the five health needs being addressed by El Camino Health and El Camino Healthcare District.

2022 Community Health Needs Assessment Executive Summary of Selected Health Needs

2019 Community Health Needs Assessment

Where We Fund

Selected applicants will serve residents in the El Camino Healthcare District. The District includes the cities of Mountain View, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Sunnyvale, and a portion of Cupertino.

Grant Program

Each year, the Community Benefit Program of El Camino Healthcare District provides program grants to nonprofits and public organizations that serve the residents of our area.

View the ECHD Community Benefit Grants Policy and learn more about how to apply.