Upcoming Webinars

Roundtable Discussion for Health Funders’ Policy Staff

Join this informal roundtable discussion to connect with your peers, explore pressing issues, and share your experiences monitoring the use of artificial intelligence in public benefit programs, such as Medicaid.  

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Funding Like You Want to Win: Philanthropy & Movement Investments

In this conversation, we’ll hear from leaders at the forefront of efforts to build a more inclusive, healthier, safer, and more prosperous multi-racial democracy, as well as learn from foundations that have embraced movement-centered strategies.

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State-based Advocacy for the Public’s Health

Join this informal discussion to learn about the state of public health advocacy, what funders are currently doing to bolster public health advocacy, and what you can do.

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CEO Working Group Webinar

In this webinar, leaders in health philanthropy were joined by expert speaker Dr. Hahrie Han of Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Han shared her thoughts on the fundamental need for collective action to address the most intractable problems in health and how funders can become involved or deepen their involvement in strengthening democracy.

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Grantmakers In Health Funding Partner Benefits

Join our Grantmakers In Health (GIH) Funding Partner Benefits webinar to learn more about exclusive resources, our new portal features, and upcoming events for GIH Funding Partners.

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Firearm Violence Prevention Learning Community: Evidence-based Prevention Strategies

This first virtual convening of the learning community provided an overview of the group’s purpose and scope, explored participants’ goals and programming priorities, and considered evidence regarding the risks of, and interventions for, firearm harm.

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Roundtable Discussion for Health Funders’ Policy Staff

Participants joined this informal roundtable discussion to connect with your peers, explore pressing issues, and share your experiences to engage communities in setting funders’ policy priorities.

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GIA Member and GIH Funding Partner Meet Up: Older Americans Act Reauthorization

As part of this analysis, leaders from the field convened on January 18 for a meet-up to help shape new partnerships to support the OAA and advance older Americans’ health and social needs.

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The Role Community Health Workers Can Play to Improve Maternal Mental Health

This webinar explored the issues states, community health workers and the field must navigate to integrate community health workers into Medicaid and other public financing mechanisms and ensure adequate payment models, provider quality standards and workforce development strategies.

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Funder Briefing and Conversation: USDA Summer Meals 2024

Leaders from the field convened for a special funder briefing with opening remarks from Cindy Long, Administrator of Food and Nutrition Service, USDA, to learn more about these new programs and to discuss how philanthropy can play a pivotal role in partnering with USDA to reduce childhood hunger during the summer months.

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The Impacts of the Climate Crisis on Mental Health: Research, Solutions, and Action

During this interactive conversation with mental health experts, Gen Z, and climate-mental health advocates, speakers shared the latest research on the impacts of climate change and mental health on young people and the disproportionate impacts on Black, Indigenous, and people of color. The field leaders also discuss the political and cultural dimensions of the foundation community addressing this emergent public health issue. 

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Roundtable Discussion for Health Funders’ Policy Staff

Participants joined this informal roundtable discussion to connect with their peers, explore pressing issues, and share their experiences communicating with state legislators and other policy makers to advance policy change.  

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State Strategies for Health Care Workforce Recruitment and Retention

Participants joined this webinar to learn more about innovative state policies to promote health care workforce recruitment and retention and explore ways philanthropy can advance these policies at the state level.

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