Our country has experienced significant upheaval over the last 90 days that raised the collective awareness of inequities in health, work, education, and policing. These changes have led to increased calls for action and offer a pivotal moment to enact meaningful steps towards achieving health equity. We must not squander this opportunity.
We are heartbroken and outraged by recent and continuing acts of racism and violence against Black communities and communities of color, and we stand with all who are demanding justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Christian Cooper, Ahmaud Arbery, and other victims of racism and violence.
This survey provides valuable insights into the broader field of palliative care and serious illness philanthropy, including how and where funders are directing their resources, the strategies they employ, and the interventions they are interested in.
When someone turns 65, they have roughly 8,000 days ahead of them, almost a third of their life. Why are these 8,000 days so invisible?
My organization, the Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative (MCHI) Education Fund, has made tremendous progress in expanding access to quality, affordable health care and improving public health. These achievements have only been possible because of our great fortune to work with a bold philanthropic community that is invested in strategic advocacy and public health.
Peggy Maguire, President, Cambia Health FoundationSenior Vice President, Palliative Care Solutions, Cambia Health Solutions Cambia Health Foundation, the corporate foundation of Cambia Health Solutions, purposefully invests in health care system transformation, making the journey more person-focused and economically sustainable from birth to natural completion of life. Through our signature program, Sojourns®, we invest in palliative…
As the novel coronavirus races across the globe, health funders are urgently preparing for and responding to COVID-19 in the communities they serve. While past public health crises inform COVID-19 response, there is no proven playbook for how health philanthropy should respond to this rapidly evolving threat.
The opioid epidemic remains a critical public health crisis that necessitates philanthropic attention. Philanthropy is uniquely suited to respond to immediate challenges while also supporting broader systems change.
GIH convened grantmakers to explore innovative ways to use data to advance health equity. Read the actionable guidance for these efforts that emerged from the meeting’s proceedings.
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Leonardo Cuello, Director of Health Policy for the National Health Law Program, will give a snapshot of the latest administrative and legislative activities related to health care access and coverage that funders need to be aware of as we head into the election season.
Each fall, GIH offers programming designed for funders with a strong interest in health policy. These meetings, collectively known as the Fall Forum, are an excellent opportunity for funders with a strong interest in health policy to get up-to-speed on current issues, interact with leading thinkers, and connect with their grantmaking peers.
The program officer will support strategies such as grantmaking, policy advocacy, communications, capacity building, convening of stakeholders, leadership development, research, and technical assistance to advance the foundation’s health equity goals and objectives.
Mat-Su Health Foundation seeks a visionary, systems thinker to serve as its next Vice President of Programs. Become an essential leader in a close-knit team that fuels the acceleration of the Foundation’s voice, credibility and impact across the region, the state, and beyond.
Ready for a life-changing role that makes a real difference in shaping our community? The Greater Watertown Community Health Foundation is seeking a purpose-driven leader committed to driving strategies that will transform the health and well-being of children and families in Dodge and Jefferson Counties.
The San Joaquin Valley Health Fund Program Officer is based in The Center at Sierra Health Foundation’s office in Fresno and is responsible for the day-to-day implementation and management of the San Joaquin Valley Health Fund program.
The Project Controller plays a key role in accounting management and financial reporting for Roberts Family Development Center and support for the Sierra Health Foundation accounting department.