• December 7, 2016
    S.J. Mercury News Opinion: Strategy to end homelessness needs to scale up

    By Jennifer Loving, special to the San Jose Mercury News For decades, homelessness throughout our nation has been overseen by a mix of federal and local partners committed to helping people in need. This diffuse leadership has resulted in the strength and resiliency of many incredible community partners. However, we also needed political and institutional…

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  • December 5, 2016
    San Jose: Police gun buyback nets hundreds of weapons

    By Tatiana Sanchez / tsanchez@bayareanewsgroup.com Hundreds of firearms were taken off the streets and put into the hands of law enforcement Saturday in the most successful gun buyback event ever sponsored by the San Jose Police Department and other Santa Clara County agencies. Dozens of cars snaked around the SJPD’s substation on Great Oaks Parkway as residents…

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  • December 2, 2016
    Milpitas: Ribbon cutting held for Family Resource Center at Randall

    By Aliyah Mohammed / amohammed@bayareanewsgroup.com A ribbon cutting was held for Milpitas’ second family resource center at Robert Randall Elementary School on Monday. The new site is expected to provide literacy, health and parenting support to low-income families starting in January. The two-sided portable, with a children’s and adult’s area, is located at the back of…

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  • December 2, 2016
    World AIDS Day Gala — An Evening of Celebration and Success!

    On the eve of World AIDS Day this year, The Health Trust held its second World AIDS Day Gala to celebrate Silicon Valley’s HIV/AIDS community and support The Health Trust AIDS Services. This year’s proceeds totaling $54,000 will directly benefit AIDS Services in the coming year, working to close a $100,000 gap in funding. Over 120 people,…

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  • November 28, 2016
    San Jose: Police holding gun buyback, offering Target gift cards for unwanted weapons

    By Roberta Salonga / rsalonga@bayareanewsgroup.com Armed with Target gift cards, the San Jose Police Department and other Santa Clara County agencies hope to take hundreds of unwanted firearms off the street with a gun buyback event set for Saturday. This year, the buyback will be held at the SJPD substation on Great Oaks Parkway in South…

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  • October 19, 2016
    The Health Trust supports Measure B for better commutes and better roads

    The Health Trust officially supports Measure B in Santa Clara County this November. If two-thirds of county voters say YES to Measure B, approximately $6 billion will be generated over the span of 30 years to fund transportation projects in the South Bay. The half-cent raise on sales tax will create revenue for nine projects in…

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  • September 28, 2016
    The Health Trust awards $300,000 to Community Grantees

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 28, 2016 CONTACT Elise Nicolas The Health Trust 408.513.8700 EliseN@healthtrust.org Carla Freeman The Health Trust 408.513.8700 CarlaF@healthtrust.org The Health Trust Approves over $300,000 in Health Partnership Grants Advancing Healthy Living, Healthy Eating, and Healthy Aging San Jose, CA – As of September 28, 2016, The Health Trust Board of Trustees approved…

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  • September 6, 2016
    Consul General of Mexico in San Jose tours The Health Trust centers and programs

    At The Health Trust, we tackle community challenges with vigorous energy and collaboration. We believe that working together with leaders who care about Silicon Valley’s health as much as we do will yield great results. We recently had the honor of receiving Ambassador Mauricio Toussaint, Consul General of Mexico in San Jose, at our offices and…

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