2023 Fall Forum

National Housing Center 1201 15th Street NW, Washington, DC, United States

The 2023 Fall Forum will provide policy-engaged funders with information on current issues, access to leading thinkers, and connections with grantmaking peers. This year’s theme is Feeding Hearts and Minds: Food as Medicine, Divided Media, and Implications for Public Policy.

Building Public Support for a Robust and Equitable Care Infrastructure: Lessons from the Care Economy Narrative Change Landscape Snapshot

Leaders in the field launched a new report supported by the Care for All with Respect and Equity (CARE) Fund and developed by Asset Funders Network, Disability & Philanthropy Forum, Early Childhood Funders Collaborative, Economic Opportunity Funders, Grantmakers In Aging, and Grantmakers In Health on the care economy narrative change landscape in the U.S. Coming together for the first time across issues and constituencies represented by this diverse range of PSOs. Participants discussed the evolving landscape of narrative change efforts across the care economy, lessons being learned by practitioners and funders, and potential opportunities for further learning and action.

2023 Rural Health Philanthropy Partnership Meeting

Participants will have the opportunity to connect with one another, share ideas, and discuss how combined efforts can produce better outcomes for rural communities.

Bias in the Health Care System: Part Two

Participants joined this webinar to discuss their work in supporting equitable treatment in the health care system, the successes you have seen, and the challenges you have encountered.

Bias in the Health Care System: Part One

In this webinar, panelists discussed the state of research on provider biases, potential intervention strategies to increase awareness of biases in clinical encounters, and areas where more research is needed to advance equity in health care.

Building Support for WIC: Opportunities for Philanthropic Advocacy

This session gathered experts from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the National WIC Association, and 1,000 days to explore why increasing WIC participation is vital to improving maternal and child health outcomes in the U.S.

Roundtable Discussion for Health Funders’ Policy Staff

Participants joined this informal roundtable discussion to connect with their peers, explore pressing issues, and share their experiences collaborating with other funders to advance policy change.

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