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2017 GIH Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy

Boston, Massachusetts - Sheraton Boston Hotel

June 21 - 23, 2017

 

Join Grantmakers In Health for our 2017 annual conference (#GIHac), the largest gathering of health funders in the country. This is the best place to meet up with the bright minds, seasoned experts, and innovative practitioners working in health philanthropy today.

Sheraton Boston
39 Dalton Street
Boston, MA 02199

$279/night (single/double)

Participants must register for the conference before making hotel reservations.


REGISTRATION

> Register today for the GIH Annual Conference!

The conference is open only to staff and trustees of grantmaking foundations and corporate giving programs. You can register now for the main conference. In early 2017, you will be able to add preconference workshops and site visits to your registration, and see detailed session descriptions. 

Make Your Travel Arrangements with Care

Check out our agenda at a glance to make sure that you don't miss any of our great offerings. You don’t want to inadvertently arrive too late and leave too early!

2017 Registration Regular
Available until
May 26
Extended
Available
May 27-June 20
Onsite
Available
June 21-23
Full Conference
(Funding Partners)
$700 $850 $1000

Full Conference
(Non-Funding Partners)

$1400 $1550 $1700
Full Conference - Group Discount
(5 or more Funding Partner attendees)
$600 $750 $900
Full Conference - Group Discount
(5 or more non-Funding Partner attendees)
$1300 $1450 $1600

Cancellation Policy
Cancellations in writing, received no later than May 26, will receive a refund, less a $150 administrative fee. No requests for refunds after this date will be accepted; however, a substitute participant may attend the conference by notifying GIH in advance. 

 


CONFERENCE THEME

Lead, Listen, Inspire

In the 35 years since Grantmakers In Health (GIH) was founded, the landscape of health philanthropy has changed dramatically. Hundreds of new foundations have been created, channeling billions to communities. Meanwhile, the United States has become increasingly diverse and is confronted with growing levels of inequality. The Affordable Care Act has improved access to health care for many, but its future is uncertain. Health grantmakers are at the forefront of responding to these challenges by the way they lead, listen, and inspire.

Lead. Today, more than ever, funders are called upon to provide leadership on a vast array of health issues. By collaborating with a wide range of allies in and outside the health sector, providing grants and other forms of financial support, advocating for change, and championing innovation, foundations are helping drive lasting improvements in health.

Listen. Exceptional leadership requires being a good listener. By actively engaging with community residents, advocates, policymakers, health professionals, researchers, and other stakeholders, funders strengthen philanthropy’s credibility, relevance, and impact. Meanwhile, developing strong networks and authentic relationships can lead to strategies and programs that are more likely to succeed.

Inspire. Foundations are uniquely positioned to inspire hope, courage, and action. Their talented staff, flexibility, and resources enable them to engage with a variety of partners, resolve conflicts, and motivate change.

 


AGENDA


Affiliated Events: 

Interested in hosting an affiliated event in conjunction with the GIH Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy? Please complete the Affiliated Event Form by May 26, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Sumintra Jonas Palm at sjonas@gih.org.

 

Questions:

Please direct all questions regarding conference logistics to VRS Meetings & Events Inc. at 202.315.3296 or gih17@vrsevents.com

 


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