Upcoming Webinars

Roundtable Discussion for Funders with Limited Assets

Foundations with assets less than $30 million face unique challenges as they seek to maximize their impact in the communities they serve. Join this informal networking session to talk with your peers about the issues most important to you!

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Disability Justice: What Funders Can Do to Address Disparities, Equity, and Health

Join this conversation to learn how philanthropy can advance disability justice and how grassroots organizations are helping to change the national dialogue on disability, health equity, and race.

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The Long View: New Year, New Practices

Join the Rippel Foundation and Grantmakers In Health for an engaging hour with Cassie Robinson, a futurist and philanthropic leader who works, as she describes it, in the “entanglement of what-is and what-might-be.”

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CEO Working Group on Access and Coverage Call

Leaders in the field discussed the challenges this presents to states, and explore the strategies state officials and consumer advocates are designing to promote coverage retention.

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Rural Health Care Workforce: Urgent Challenges and Promising Opportunities

This webinar started with an update on rural health care workforce challenges and opportunities which led to an in-depth discussion about philanthropy’s engagement in filling gaps and supporting communities.

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Centering Health and Racial Equity: It’s an Inside Job

This webinar explored long-term plans, promising processes, and lessons learned in centering equity and racial justice at their foundations.

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Equitable and Sustainable Children’s Oral Health Services in the Carolinas

A robust conversation was held about an exciting effort to expand oral health services to rural and underserved communities in North and South Carolina, through a school-based model supported by three foundations and their state partners.

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Racial Inequities in Medical Debt: Causes and Potential Solutions

This discussion covered viewpoints on the problem of medical debt, the people most at risk, and potential points of engagement for philanthropy.

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Health Equity Starts with the Data

This webinar featured a dive into the findings and a discussion on the reports’ recommendations for improving health equity data and to discuss how philanthropy can help ensure that we can effectively monitor progress towards achieving health equity.

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Affordable Housing and Health: Long-Term Solutions

This webinar explored innovative measures to address how The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated housing insecurity for millions of Americans who have faced the risk of eviction, foreclosure, and homelessness due to job loss, medical debt, and illness over the past year and a half.

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The Long View: FORESIGHT in Philanthropy

Join the first call in the series, to hear from futurist Richard Lum. Dr. Lum will lead a conversation on how foundations can orient their work towards an equitable horizon, and what practices can begin to bridge to this future. Participants will finish the hour with an understanding of how to assess where they are today and marshal the resources and will to begin building more equitable and innovative pathways now.

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Health Equity Networking Call

Grantmakers In Health is pleased to convene the Health Equity Network to strategize about day-to-day challenges and opportunities inherent in advancing equity and justice through health philanthropy.

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Legislative Opportunities to Increase Health Care Access and Coverage

This webinar discussed the key features of the American Rescue Plan Act and the Build Back Better framework—which include extending marketplace subsidies, addressing the Medicaid coverage gap, providing funding for clinics and health centers, supporting consumer assistance and enforcement, funding reinsurance and affordability programs—and discussed philanthropy’s opportunity to engage in the resulting work in communities across the country.

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