Grantmakers In Health (GIH) Philanthropy Support Partners (PSPs) are philanthropy-serving organizations with whom GIH has no formalized partnership agreements at no cost to either organization. These agreements confer similar benefits to being a Funding Partner and often include mutual marketing opportunities. PSPs are invitation-only, but organizations are welcome to reach out to Lana Jacobus if they are interested in participating.
GIH appreciates our partnerships with the following organizations:
What are the benefits of partnering with GIH?
Funding Partners have access to a variety of exclusive opportunities and resources, such as:
- Discounted registration rates for our Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy, the largest gathering of health funders in the country, and other national programs like the policy-oriented Fall Forum or Rural Health Philanthropy Partnership Meeting
- Technical assistance and strategic guidance from GIH’s highly experienced program team
- Learning communities for CEOs, policy staff, communications staff, and funders interested in firearm violence prevention
- Webinars, meetings, and events featuring leading experts on health policy, philanthropy, government, and related areas
- Exclusive E-forums for peer learning and connection
- Platforms to share recent insights, grants awarded, reports, and other topical work with the field of health philanthropy through Grantmaker Profile features, Views from the Field articles, and GIH’s social media channels
- Insider emails featuring timely news, resources, and events, including our monthly Health Policy Update newsletter
- Leadership opportunities to help shape GIH’s programming and priorities—Funding Partners are invited to join our annual Call for Proposals committee, Awards Committee, and weigh in on other GIH programming
- Free job postings focused exclusively on health philanthropy
- Tools to conduct custom searches for GIH Funding Partners
- Orientations to GIH resources
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.