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Grants support technology for Natomas nonprofit Social Interest Solutions
Sacramento Business Journal

A quiet nonprofit with a growing Sacramento office has received $600,000 in grants to support use of technology to help low-income populations connect to health and human services. Social Interest Solutions moved its headquarters from Oakland to Natomas in late October, when new president and CEO John Caterham was hired. The new grants — $150,000 each from Blue Shield of California Foundation, The California Endowment, The California HealthCare Foundation and Kaiser Permanente — will help the organization strengthen leadership capacity and bolster safety-net systems through use of technology.

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