When you register with The Molina Foundation, we will provide you with: Updates on upcoming events and notice of upcoming book granting cycles; Access to the First Book Marketplace; Volunteer opportunities and other goings on at The Foundation. All book grant applicants are requested to Register prior to applying as a first step for Molina Foundation Book Grants or Molina Foundation Programs. Please Note: The book grant … Click Here to Register with us!
Dr. Martha Molina Bernadett is the eldest daughter of the late Dr. C. David Molina, who, founded the first Molina medical clinic (now serving individuals and families in 16 states) to help those who were uninsured, non-English speaking or of low income. Prior to Dr. C. David Molina’s decision to enter medical school, he and his wife, Mary, were elementary school teachers. Thus, Dr. Bernadett and her siblings were raised with a deep value for education and hard work. Having served as a family … (more)
The Molina Foundation is a national nonprofit organization focused on reducing disparities in access to education and health. Since its inception in 2004, The Molina Foundation has worked with more than 1,000 organizations and schools towards this end, donating more than 2.5 million books and hosting workshops and programs for educators and families. The Molina Foundation works hand-in-hand with community based organizations in vulnerable communities. We partner with preschool programs, … (more)
The Molina Foundation, in partnership with Code for America and the City of Long Beach, brought computer programing instruction to students at Jessie Elwin Nelson Academy Middle School on Thursday, February 27, 2014. Students were instructed on how to do an Hour of Code in which they worked with an “Angry Birds” program where the goal was to make the characters behave on screen in the ways the students desired. Code for America is a non-partisan, non-political 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2009 to bring web-industry professionals to work with city governments in the United States in order to … (more)
On Thursday and Friday, September 18th and 19th, The Molina Foundation donated “Back to School Bookshelves” to schools and nonprofit organizations serving low-income children and families in the Los Angeles area. The goal of this back-to-school initiative was to provide books to help ensure that students start off the school year with the educational materials necessary to succeed. Eight organizations received a bookcase and 500 new children’s books in English and / or Spanish. Several other applicants received … (more)
To help celebrate International Literacy Day this Monday, September 8, The Molina Foundation has partnered with the Watson and Associates Literacy Center of Cal State San Bernardino’s College to provide a free, new children’s book to every student at Grand Terrace Elementary School in Grand Terrace and Hoover Elementary School in Indio. International Literacy Day was originally founded by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations to underline the significance of literacy for healthy … (more)
The Molina Foundation partnered with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles to bring books to preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade students. Events were held at three locations in the Los Angeles area on three consecutive days. Students from catholic schools in these areas were brought by bus to a central site. The event … (more)
There are multiple ways to support The Molina Foundation's important work. We welcome your assistance with any and all of these ways! Donate - go to the Paypal link at the right side of this page and donate whatever you can afford. Volunteer- go to the volunteer page and fill out the contact form Share your story! - … (more)
The generous donation of books from The Molina Foundation truly does make a difference in the lives of many economically and socially challenged children in the Indianapolis community.
Our registration and application forms require users to provide us contact information including name, email address, organization address and similar information. This data will be used to evaluate your organization to see if you qualify for grants from the Molina Foundation. If your organization would also be eligible for … (more)