Mayo Clinic Awards Grant to Pace Center for Girls to Address Critical Community Health Needs
Mayo Clinic has awarded grants to 26 organizations and programs, including Pace Center for Girls, to address the key community health needs identified in this year’s Northeast Florida Community Health Needs Assessment.
"We are honored to support the work of so many groups that are making a difference in our community," says Ivan Porter II, M.D., chair of the Community Engagement Committee at Mayo Clinic in Florida.
The grants are awarded by the Community Engagement Committee. The Community Engagement Committee looks for organizations that promote community initiatives which align with the mission objectives of Mayo Clinic, and areas prioritized by the Community Health Needs Assessment such as access, chronic diseases and mental health.