Reliant Foundation awards grants to community nonprofit organizations with priority given to programs that focus on critical public health issues, children’s mental health, battling childhood obesity and increasing patients’ access to care. The Foundation also grants to Reliant Medical Group departments, providing resources that benefit the care and comfort of our patients, filling a gap beyond what insurance covers.

We grant more than $300,000 each year to projects that help improve the health and well-being of individuals of all ages in the Central and Metro West regions of Massachusetts, where our patients live.

Health and Wellness

  • Abby’s House
  • Barton Center for Diabetes Education
  • Our Father’s House
  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester-Spiritual Wellness Fund
  • Visitation House

Fitness and Nutrition Education/Access to Fresh Food

  • Auburn Youth and Family Services
  • Boy Scouts of America, Mohegan Council
  • Boys & Girls Club of Lunenburg
  • Boys & Girls Club of Webster-Dudley
  • Boys & Girls Club of Worcester
  • Children’s Haven
  • Cleghorn Neighborhood Center
  • Community Harvest Project
  • Dismas House
  • Elm Park-Bancroft Worcester Partnership
  • Family Health Center of Worcester
  • Friendly House
  • Genesis Club
  • Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts
  • Girls Inc.
  • Growing Places
  • Jeremiah’s Inn
  • Kylee’s Kare Kits For Kidz, Inc.
  • Nativity School of Worcester
  • Pernet Family Health Service
  • Rachel’s Table
  • Rainbow Child Development Center
  • Regional Environmental Council
  • Seven Hills Foundation
  • Shrewsbury Youth & Family Services
  • United Way of Central Massachusetts
  • Worcester Youth Center
  • YMCA of Central MA
  • YWCA Central Massachusetts
  • YouthConnect Summer

Care and Comfort of Reliant Patients

  • Specialized Jacki® recovery garments and overnight care kits for breast cancer patients
  • Bariatric Boot Camp
  • High-tech diagnostic camera for patients with heart disease
  • Free rides to medical appointments to senior and low-income patients
  • Continuous blood glucose monitors for patients with diabetes
  • Automatic doors for physically challenged patients
  • Free books for children, 6 months to age 5
  • Infusion pumps and specialized chairs for chronic disease patients