Strengthening communities for healthier tomorrows

Across the globe, our health initiatives are advancing world wellness. We’re working to expand vaccine access, support clinical research, and close gaps in access to care. Through our nonprofit organization, Oracle Health Foundation, we deliver pediatric grants and school-based wellness programs to create healthier tomorrows and stronger communities.

Programs and partnerships

Oracle Health Foundation

Oracle Health Foundation is a nonprofit that delivers pediatric grants and school-based wellness programs. We believe all children deserve access to the healthcare they need, no matter their life circumstances, and we strive toward a world in which that’s the reality.

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Strengthening global healthcare with Oracle technology

From clinical studies to vaccine safety and health record modernization, we’re using our technology and expertise to help protect people against HIV, COVID-19, yellow fever, and more. Working with the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, we’ve donated our cloud-based health management system to several nations in Africa to help streamline vaccination administration programs.

Learn more about our work with the Tony Blair Institute

Fostering food security and addressing nutritional needs

For over 30 years, Oracle has supported food banks in the places we call home, including Central Texas Food Bank in Austin, Texas, Second Harvest of Silicon Valley, and many more. Their services provide nourishment and food security to those in need, especially in times of emergency or hardship.

See how our grants strengthen communities

Healing through community service

Volunteering feels good. It reduces stress and increases positive feelings. Most importantly, it is a powerful way to help others and support the life-saving work of nonprofits that advance medical research and target specific health conditions. In fiscal year 2022, Oracle Volunteers walked, ran, and pedaled to raise awareness and funds for the American Heart Association, JDRF Northern California Chapter, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, and many others.

See Oracle Volunteers in action

Photo credits: 3. Tony Blair Institute for Global Change 4. Central Texas Food Bank. All other images copyright Oracle.