GIH Health Reform Resource Center Fund
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s influence on a broad range of health issues (from individual insurance coverage to community health) is affecting much of the work in which health grantmakers are engaged. Increasing numbers of foundations are looking for constructive ways to address health reform implementation at the national, state, and community level.
The GIH Health Reform Resource Center Fund, established in 2010, allows GIH to increase staff resources and programming in order to inform and connect funders sponsoring work related to health reform implementation, and to provide sound, strategic, and actionable information to funders in a timely fashion.
We thank the following foundations that have supported the fund since its launch:
- Aetna Foundation, Inc.
- Mary Black Foundation
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation
- Blue Shield of California Foundation
- The California Endowment
- California HealthCare Foundation
- The California Wellness Foundation
- The Colorado Health Foundation
- Cone Health Foundation
- Consumer Health Foundation
- DentaQuest Foundation
- The George Gund Foundation
- Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City
- The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc.
- Health Foundation of Western and Central New York
- Jewish Healthcare Foundation
- The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
- Kaiser Permanente
- Kansas Health Foundation
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation
- Maine Health Access Foundation
- MetroWest Community Health Care Foundation
- Mid-Iowa Health Foundation
- Missouri Foundation for Health
- The New York Community Trust
- Quantum Foundation
- REACH Healthcare Foundation
- The SCAN Foundation
- Sierra Health Foundation
- Sunflower Foundation
- United Hospital Fund
The GIH Health Reform Resource Center Fund allows foundations to share responsibility for determining health philanthropy’s role in health reform implementation. All grantmakers are invited to contribute, regardless of the grant size.
For more information, please contact Ann McMillan, program director, at 202.534.3020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.