Join this webinar to hear the results of a study that analyzed philanthropy’s efforts to provide pandemic relief funds to immigrant communities and participate in a discussion on how funders can prepare for future relief efforts.
Join us to learn about the latest policy updates, successful strategies to advance birth equity, and how health philanthropy can make an impact in reducing black maternal mortality.
Grantmakers In Health convened the CEO Working Group on Access and Coverage to strategize about philanthropy’s role in addressing challenging topics.
This webinar discussed how these effective nutrition incentive programs have enabled vibrant public-private partnerships across the country, the current state of the field and research, and the opportunities for health funders to leverage these opportunities to improve healthy food access.
This webinar explored the key issues that states will face at the end of the PHE and strategies that are being designed to ensure families no longer eligible for Medicaid will not go uninsured.
This webinar discussed how the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC), by partnering with AARP and others, has worked with faith leaders and community-based organizations in Louisville, Kentucky to build trust in the health care system and improve health outcomes.
On this webinar participants explored how funding is sensitive to the disparate impacts of COVID-19 and discuss ways that funders can be advocates for the mental health needs of individuals, families, and communities that have suffered multiple losses due to weather-related disasters, pandemics, and economic suffering.
In this on-demand webinar, participants will hear about one funder’s efforts to ensure that all families have access to the resources they need to raise thriving children, with a health equity lens at the center of their internal and external work.
Join us for an on-demand conversation featuring community-based leaders and funders about why investing in care workers is vital to the future of health and our economy. This panel also explores the policy opportunities that can drive change in the nation’ s pandemic recovery and innovative local practices that can lead to greater health, racial, and gender equity.
Tim Putnam, Chief Executive Officer of Margaret Mary Health, and Justin Maxson, Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development at the U.S. Department of Agriculture discuss embedding rural issues into equity conversations, in a conversation moderated by Nashville Health Founder and Chairman, Senator Bill Frist.