The majority of the Stanford University Spring 2017 Class found their $18,000 grant to Living Goods to be a good decision with a good outcome, with some students designating the grant as a mistake. Living Goods aims to improve primary healthcare by supporting digitally empowered community health workers. They work with governments and other organizations to leverage technology and sophisticated training to augment healthcare services. The grant went to Living Goods general operating budget. A few evaluators felt that this grant was a mistake because the grant was tiny in comparison to the size of Living Goods’ budget. They felt the impact could have been greater if the grant went to a smaller organization.