In this webinar, leaders in health philanthropy were joined by expert speaker Dr. Hahrie Han of Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Han shared her thoughts on the fundamental need for collective action to address the most intractable problems in health and how funders can become involved or deepen their involvement in strengthening democracy.
Leaders from the field convened for a special funder briefing with opening remarks from Cindy Long, Administrator of Food and Nutrition Service, USDA, to learn more about these new programs and to discuss how philanthropy can play a pivotal role in partnering with USDA to reduce childhood hunger during the summer months.
During this interactive conversation with mental health experts, Gen Z, and climate-mental health advocates, speakers shared the latest research on the impacts of climate change and mental health on young people and the disproportionate impacts on Black, Indigenous, and people of color. The field leaders also discuss the political and cultural dimensions of the foundation community addressing this emergent public health issue.
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