COVID-19 has had disproportionate impact on justice-involved people because health and justice systems maintain discrete siloes due to longstanding policies. These policies create structural barriers to an integrated response to people living at the intersection of these two systems. Focusing resources in this overlooked area provides an excellent opportunity for a return on investment for grantmakers seeking to make impactful change.
Early Childhood Funders Collaborative (ECFC) developed the Championing Equity for Children in Our Communities Toolkit which will help funders understand the makeup of their communities and in turn, provide greater support for the children in immigrant families who comprise them.
The publication details research that is relevant to strengthening local public health agencies’ and the state’s capacities to respond to future public health crises.
The New York Community Trust recently issued a Spotlight on Mental Health brief summarizing some of the foundation’s work to advance the behavioral health field over the years.
Grantmakers In Health is pleased to announce a call for nominations for both its Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy and Terrance Keenan Leadership Award in Health Philanthropy.
The Terrance Keenan Leadership Award in Health Philanthropy is presented each year to an outstanding grantmaker whose work is distinguished by leadership, innovation, achievement, creativity, and boldness. GIH invites you to nominate individuals for the 2021 award.