The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Candace Fralix March 7, 2011 HSM/260
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The Foundation was founded by Robert Wood Johnson in 1972. Robert Wood Johnson was devoted to public service, and building the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is one of the largest private philanthropies in the world. The foundations focus was to improve the health of the American people, and to help with health care. The foundations wanted to focus on how health care was delivered, paid for, and how well it does for the families. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is the nation’s largest charitable organization that focuses on health care issues. The foundation supports public agencies, universities, and public charities that fall under tax-exempt sec. 501 (c) (3) of Internal revenue code. The foundation is involved in a number of projects within the organization. The foundation gives out 1,000 dollars in grants every year that totals out to be hundreds of millions of dollars to hospitals and research institutes. The Robert wood Johnson Foundation does provide annual reports containing its complete list of grants awarded each year. Anyone can apply for multiple grants at one time as long as the grants are for different projects. When filing for grants one has to
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2011 for the course HUM 335 taught by Professor Till during the Spring '11 term at Arizona.

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