GIH is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in its programming, personnel and employment practices, and governance. It views diversity as a fundamental element of social justice and integral to its mission of helping grantmakers improve the health of all people. Diverse voices and viewpoints deepen our understanding of differences in health outcomes and health care delivery, and strengthen our ability to fashion just solutions. GIH uses the term diversity broadly to encompass differences in the attributes of both individuals (such as age, color, disability, faith, gender, gender identity and expression, geography, immigration status, income, language, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical ability, political ideology, race, or sexual orientation) and organizations (foundations and giving programs of differing sizes, missions, geographic locations, and approaches to grantmaking).
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