Children and Families
There is much work to be done to ensure that every child has a bright future. Health philanthropy is interested in a broad array of issues affecting the health and wellness of children and their families, from the perinatal period to early childhood, through the school-aged years, and on into adulthood. GIH designs programming that highlights the unmet needs of children and families as well as philanthropic strategies to address those needs.
Contact Rana Suliman for more information about our programming in this area.
A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine examines strategies, policies, and systems-level changes that can reduce health disparities among children and improve well-being in the earliest years.
The de Beaumont Foundation has announced a partnership with the American Academy for Pediatrics to create an action agenda to reduce gun injuries and deaths among children. A summit will bring together pediatricians, other healthcare providers, public health leaders, business executives, city and community leaders, and researchers to identify practical policies that effectively promote gun safety and violence prevention. After reviewing the research and identifying examples of successful solutions in prevention and intervention, the initiative will develop an action agenda with practical tools for medical and public health professionals, parents, schools, and other community sectors.
There are currently no upcoming webinars or meetings on this topic.
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Most Recent Publications
Supporting Children, Youth, and Families Affected by “Zero Tolerance” Immigration Policies
November 19, 2018
Rana Suliman, Grantmakers In Health
Older Adults are a Critical Asset to Building Healthy Communities – A Call for an Intersectional Approach
July 13, 2018
Andrew Levack, MPH, St. David’s Foundation
Funding Upstream Solutions is Key to Remedy the Social Ills of Trauma
May 10, 2018
Pegah Faed, DrPH, MPH, First 5 LA