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Giving Voice to the Voiceless: The Case for Advocacy Funding

April 2003

Ruth Holton, The California Wellness Foundation

Funding public policy work is as important to health improvement as funding for direct services.  Lessons learned from funding advocates include the importance of providing core operating support, the need to engage the grassroots, and how to empower community members.


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