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2019 GIH Annual Conference: Call for Proposals

August 8, 2018

Deadline: September 28, 2018

Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy
June 12-14, 2019 in Seattle, Washington

Ideas. Innovations. Impact.

We invite you to help shape Grantmakers In Health’s 2019 Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy. The most successful, highly rated annual conference sessions include new voices and diverse perspectives, allow for thoughtful reflection and candid conversation, avoid traditional meeting formats, and actively engage meeting attendees. Think about the type of sessions you like to attend and then give us your best; we encourage you to be inventive and bold!

This year, we are accepting proposals for (click here for instructions):

  • Breakout Sessions
  • Quick Take Sessions
  • Site Visits
  • Tech Byte Sessions

 

HOW TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL

Proposals must be submitted by Friday, September 28, 2018. 
For more information and to submit a proposal, click here. You will be required to create a username and password to start the Call for Proposals process. We recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to access the website. GIH's Call for Proposals process is entirely web-based, and we will not accept proposals via fax, mail, or email.

WHO CAN SUBMIT A PROPOSAL

We welcome proposals from staff and trustees of foundations and corporate giving programs, philanthropy-serving organizations, and regional associations of grantmakers.

 

If you have questions or would like assistance in designing your proposal, please contact Sumintra Jonas Palm at sjpalm@gih.org or 202.452.8331. 


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