Join LOCUS Impact Investing and Grantmakers In Health for a virtual – and conversational – learning session designed to identify guideposts for best practice by health conversion foundation local investors.
The Rippel Foundation and Grantmakers In Health codesigned a webinar where participants heard from philanthropic leaders Tiffany Donelson, President, and CEO of the Connecticut Health Foundation, and Qiana Thomason, President, and CEO of Health Forward Foundation.
Despite recent progress toward expanding health insurance access for families, millions of children are at risk of losing coverage when the public health emergency comes to an end.
Leaders in the field discussed policy actions and explored opportunities for philanthropic engagement in the expansion of doula services.
Communications professionals connected for a series of candid, confidential, and unscripted discussions designed to strengthen our alignment and explore the potential for collective action.
During this webinar, we discussed the benefits of green spaces and strategies being employed to equitably expand access to communities of color.
Participants explored multi-year initiatives that build the capacity of community health centers to deliver high-quality, evidence-informed, trauma-responsive, integrated behavioral health care to children and adolescents.
A robust conversation was held on evidence to date about missed immunizations and well-child visits, gaps in data, and implications for children’s health and public health.
Codesigned by The Rippel Foundation and Grantmakers In Health, this webinar featured Carolyn Wang Kong of Blue Shield of California Foundation. She shared how the foundation infuses adaptive learning cycles, experimentation, and the centering of lived experience into its approach of operating in complexity.