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This data represents annual funding allocations through The City of Boulder's Health Equity Fund (HEF). The HEF provides funding to community organizations and agencies promoting health equity for Boulder residents. Funding is awarded through an annual competitive process based on alignment with the intent and language of the Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Product Distribution Tax, a ballot measure which was approved in November 2016.

The HEF aims to reduce disparities and to improve health equity among our at-risk population. Examples of HEF-supported programs include those that prevent diseases (e.g. obesity, diabetes, heart disease, oral diseases) linked to consumption of sugary beverages; increase access to healthy food and clean water; expand health services and wellness programs; and more. To learn more about the HEF, to apply for future fund rounds or to apply to serve on the Health Equity Advisory Committee, please visit: https://bouldercolorado.gov/human-services/health-equity-fund.

Data and Resources

Format Title and Description
HEF Funding Dataset

HEF Funding Dataset

Dataset containing information about funding from the Health Equity Fund (HEF).

HEF Funding Data Dictionary

HEF Funding Data Dictionary

Definition of fields in the Health Equity Fund (HEF) dataset.

Areas of Inquiry

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How much funding has been awarded through the health equity fund? How have awards changed from year to year? Which organizations are the largest beneficiaries of HEF funding? How much demand is there for HEF funding and how much of that demand has been met?

Details

Maintained By Christian Koltonski
Author Elizabeth Crowe
Update Frequency Annually
Department Human Services
Categories General Government and Community Profile
Sustainability Framework Category Healthy and Socially Thriving Community
License Creative Commons CCZero This material is Open Data
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