By investing in this Impact Area, you are supporting companies alleviating poverty, combating hunger and malnutrition, and providing essential services to all. You are steering away from products and services that impede healthy outcomes. Think housing, healthcare, and fresh fruits and vegetables for all.
Why It Matters
- A child under 15 dies every 15 seconds around the world — mostly of preventable causes.
- 1 in 8 U.S. Households experience food insecurity approx 40m people including 6.5m children.
- In 2017, 28.5 million did not have health insurance at any point during the year.
We evaluate companies based on how they are:
✔ Providing access to health insurance and to quality healthcare for all
✔ Increasing access to affordable housing and basic services to underserved populations
✔ Increasing access to nutritious foods to foster positive health outcomes
Teladoc Health, Inc.
telehealth services for all
Molina Healthcare, Inc.
health plans for low-income population
Medicare and health insurance
Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc.
healthy and fresh fruits and vegetables
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