Participants learned of the current achievements and milestones, the important next steps, and opportunities for philanthropy to lead the effort to integrate physical activity into America’s healthcare system. Speakers included Liz Joy of Sequelae and Lore Health, Cassandra Stish of Welld Health, and Laurie Whitsel of the American Heart Association.
Power Sharing: Redefining Power Dynamics in Communities, Health Care Systems, and Philanthropic Practices
After this session, participants walked away with (1) concrete examples of power-sharing at multiple levels (community, health care systems, and philanthropy), including the obstacles and challenges to doing this well, and (2) practical tools for funders to start or continue their own power-sharing journey.
Participants joined this informal networking session to talk with their peers about innovative, creative aging initiatives that can improve the well-being of older adults and their communities.
Participants learned about efforts in Michigan and Mississippi, where the Age-Friendly Ecosystem is expanding and partnerships are flourishing.
Join us for a two-part virtual, interactive series to explore social movements, the needs of movement leaders, and promising practices from funders.
Participants joined this informal networking session to talk with their peers about cost-effective ways to strengthen their organization’s communications capacity.
Leaders from the field convened for a conversation with experts from the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), Fair Food Network, and the Bipartisan Policy Center, who provided insight into the current nutrition policy landscape in Congress, the priorities each organization is advocating for in the 2023 Farm Bill, and how funders can support efforts to strengthen food and nutrition security in communities across the country.
During this informal roundtable discussion, participants connected with their peers, shared pressing issues, and helped plan a networking session to be convened at the GIH Annual Conference.
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.
During this session, participants learned more about the state policy landscape related to maternal and infant health and explore how health funders can advance health-promoting policies.
During this session, participants learned more about GIH’s public policy goals and objectives for 2023 and provided input on our activities to advance these priorities.
Upcoming Events on Oral Health
Building Public Support for a Robust and Equitable Care Infrastructure: Lessons from the Care Economy Narrative Change Landscape Snapshot
Join us as we launch 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, we will discuss the evolving landscape of narrative change efforts across the care economy, lessons being learned by practitioners and by funders, and potential opportunities for further learning and action.
Join this webinar to discuss your work in supporting equitable treatment in the health care system, the successes you have seen, and the challenges you have encountered.