Become a

GIH Funding Partner

GIH Funding Partners are philanthropic organizations that make annual financial contributions to support GIH's work.

Become a

Philanthropy Support Partner

Philanthropy Support Partners are philanthropy-serving organizations with whom GIH has formal partnership agreements.

Become a GIH Funding Partner

Who are GIH Funding Partners?

GIH Funding Partners are philanthropic organizations and advisors that make annual financial contributions to support GIH's work. They are a diverse constituency of foundations, corporate giving programs, philanthropic advisors, and government agencies.

Become a GIH Funding Partner

Learn more by contacting:

Lana Jacobus
ljacobus@gih.org 
(202) 534-3015

Current GIH Funding Partners:

Who are GIH Champions?

GIH Champions are Funding Partner organizations who make an additional contribution equal to 10 percent of their Funding Partner contribution to support the sustainability of our operations.

2021 GIH Champions:

Funding Partners by Asset Size:

Asset data are not available for some organizations.
As of December 2021.

Funding Partners by Geographic Focus:

Some organizations have multiple foci.
As of December 2021.

Funding Partners by Census Region

As of December 2021.

What are the benefits of being a Funding Partner?

In honor of GIH’s upcoming 40th anniversary and new strategic plan, organizations who join or rejoin by June 1, 2022, will receive one free registration to our 2022 GIH Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy, valued at $800. For philanthropic advisors, this option is available if at least three individuals of a single firm join.

In addition to this new opportunity, staff and trustees of GIH Funding Partner organizations have access to a variety of exclusive activities:

  • Discounted registration rates for the Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy and other national programs
  • Webinars featuring leading experts discussing timely issues
  • E-forums for peer learning and connection
  • Insider emails on timely resources and events
  • Prioritized technical assistance for strategic guidance
  • A job board focused exclusively on health philanthropy
  • Tools to conduct custom searches on GIH Funding Partners
  • Orientations to GIH resources for Funding Partner staff and trustees
  • New!  Access discounted products, subscriptions, and services that benefit the philanthropic field through GIH's membership of the United Philanthropy Forum. This offer includes a 25% discount to Inside Philanthropy, the leading publication covering foundations and major donors, and pressing issues in philanthropy. Please contact Lana Jacobus at ljacobus@gih.org for more information about this offer.

Why is being a Funding Partner important?

Grantmakers In Health has a vision of better health for all through better philanthropy. You help bring that vision to life by utilizing the tools, resources, and connection-building that GIH offers to strengthen your efforts. Of course, above and beyond the direct benefits of being a Funding Partner is the important contribution you make to the betterment of the field of health philanthropy.

Our mission is to help grantmakers do their work more efficiently and effectively, and to assure that grantmakers have access to substantive information on key health and operational issues. By supporting GIH and our efforts, you are helping both to raise the professionalism of the field, and to promote the value of health philanthropy to a wider audience of policymakers, the media, and the public at large.

How are contribution levels calculated?

Recommended contribution levels are calculated according to annual health funding or the Philanthropic Advisor rate. Click here to view our Funding Partner Giving Levels chart.

Who can become a Funding Partner?

GIH limits Funding Partner status to organizations who fall into one of the following categories:

  • Entities whose primary function and activity is charitable grantmaking to multiple individuals or organizations;
  • Operating foundations;
  • Regranting organizations, also known as intermediaries, for whom grantmaking is at least substantial portion of your annual budget and who donate to more than one entity or organization; and,
  • Philanthropic advisors who work closely with foundations, whether as consultants or on their behalf.

For more information, please refer to our Funding Partner Criteria and Eligibility guide.

Ready to get started?

Become a GIH Funding Partner by contacting:

Lana Jacobus
ljacobus@gih.org 
(202) 534-3015

Become a Philanthropy Support Partner

Who are Philanthropy Support Partners?

GIH Philanthropy Support Partners are philanthropy-serving organizations with whom GIH has formal partnership agreements.

Become a Philanthropy Support Partner

Learn more by contacting:

Lana Jacobus
ljacobus@gih.org 
(202) 534-3015

Current GIH Philanthropy Support Partners include:

What are the benefits of being a Philanthropy Support Partner?

Staff members of participating organizations will benefit from access to Funding Partner programs and services, including invitation to and reduced registration rates for the GIH Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy, Fall Forum, and other meetings; participation in GIH Funder Networks, webinars and podcasts; access to and use of GIH e-mail forums, and online access to the GIH portal.

Why is being a Philanthropy Support Partner important?

Grantmakers In Health has a vision of better health for all through better philanthropy. Joint programming and knowledge among philanthropic support organizations builds stronger networks among funders and promotes knowledge sharing within and across issue areas.

Who can become a Philanthropy Support Partner?

To be eligible as Philanthropy Support Partners, organizations should appear on the United Philanthropy Forum’s list of National Philanthropy-Serving Organizations, have a significant impact on the field of health, and conduct work that is aligned with the GIH mission.

Ready to get started?

Become a Philanthropy Support Partner by contacting:

Lana Jacobus
ljacobus@gih.org 
(202) 534-3015