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Kaiser Health News

KFF Health News is a non-profit news service committed to in-depth coverage of health care policy and politics, and starting with Season 2 of An Arm and a Leg, they have been our production partner, providing financial and editorial support.

KFF Health News is a project of KFF, which was known until 2023 as the Kaiser Family Foundation — and is not affiliated with the giant health care provider Kaiser Permanente. They do share a common ancestor— 20th-Century industrialist Henry Kaiser— which is a fun story you can learn more about on this page, all about our partnership.

Briefly: KFF Health News is an amazing news organization, and I am so happy and proud to be working with them.

If An Arm and a Leg has you saying, “Where can I get a ton of expertly-reported, no-B.S. coverage of the U.S. health care system ?” … then you will find everything you’re looking for at kffhealthnews.org.

publicnarrative-logoPublic Narrative

Public Narrative is a non-profit that uses training and storytelling to elevate public discourse and promote democracy. It trains both non-profits and journalists, and it supports journalism on subjects (like the cost of health care) that are not fully-covered by existing outlets.

Public Narrative serves as our fiscal sponsor, which means donations made through them are tax-deductible.

Our listeners: That’s you.

Our single biggest source of support is direct donations from listeners like you. Hundreds of people donate monthly—the average is about $7.50 a month. We’d love for you to support us too.

Our very first supporters: The Chicago AWESOME Foundation


The Chicago AWESOME Foundation is a chapter of a global community “advancing the interest of awesome in the universe, $1,000 at a time.”

Trustees in each chapter put up their own money and choose grantees. They were the first to commit money to An Arm and a Leg.

We are grateful for a $1,000 grant from the Chicago AWESOME Foundation.

Dan gratefully accepts a $1,000 grant from the Chicago AWESOME Foundation– and poses with their awesome Giant-$1,000-bill prop.