Accelerating Healthy Aging for All Through Impact Investing
Join Grantmakers In Aging and Grantmakers In Health for a conversation on how funders can leverage impact investing to advance their missions.
Multisector Plans for Aging: A Global Perspective
Grantmakers In Aging and Grantmakers In Health convened a conversation around planning efforts worldwide, philanthropy’s role in catalyzing multi-sector plans, and the feasibility of a national U.S. plan for aging.
RRF Foundation: January 2023
The RRF Foundation for Aging released a call to action to address Older Adult Debt Burden. In The Call to Action, RRF Foundation for Aging illuminates a problem hidden for too long and calls on advocates, researchers, service providers, funders, and others to get involved with addressing this urgent issue.
Health Foundation for Western & Central New York: October 2022
Announcing Age-Friendly: Go Local, an initiative that will support community organizations in New York who are working to make neighborhoods more livable, equitable, and healthier for older adults and others who live there.
Accelerating Healthy Aging Through Impact Investing
Grantmakers In Aging and Grantmakers In Health codesigned a webinar that taught participants about strategies to structure and deliver capital to drive and sustain solutions.
The Impact of COVID-19 on Aging and Older Adults Grantmaking Survey
To better understand how philanthropy has responded to these challenges over the course of the pandemic, Grantmakers In Health and Grantmakers In Aging launched a joint survey in November 2021 to learn how health and aging funders are addressing COVID-19 related needs among older adult populations and potential long-term impacts on future grantmaking.
New RFF Foundation for Aging Issue Brief on Supporting Access to Affordable and Quality Housing
This new issue brief, “Home Front and Center: Supporting Access to Affordable and Quality Housing,” gives an overview of the rise of housing insecurity for older adults and describes some of the work the foundation is funding to promote safe and affordable housing.
New Archstone Report Reflects on 30 Years of Palliative Care Investment
For three decades the Archstone Foundation has focused investments on improving the care and experience of people with serious illness. Their portfolio has championed numerous palliative care and end-of-life initiatives at the local, state, and national levels. Reflecting on this body of grantmaking, the foundation has released a new legacy report that examines this work, grantee achievements, and the enduring impact of this investment.
The Power of Intergenerational Health and Wellness
This webinar explored how grantmakers can increase the impact of their investments by supporting multigenerational solutions.
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