Join us to learn 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.
Join this webinar to hear an overview of the key coverage retention issues that states will face at the end of the federal public health emergency and learn about strategies states are designing to protect coverage.
Join this Quick Take to learn more about how Vot-ER can assist health care providers to strengthen the civic infrastructure in the communities you serve.
This webinar explored both the effects of climate change on children’s mental health and the variety of approaches funders can take to build children’s resiliency and support the connections with community, adults, and educators that help children cope with uncertainty.
This webinar featured Jeffrey Levi of the George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health. Participants learned more about the scale, scope, and distribution of federal COVID funding and explore how health funders are seeking to inform, influence, and facilitate forward-thinking investment decisions.
This webinar discussed the lessons learned from the pandemic, examples of best and promising practices and the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead, and what funders of all levels of experience serving these populations can do to make a difference.
This webinar discussed the challenges school meal programs are facing due to the pandemic, key lessons learned, and roles grantmakers can play to ensure that schools and communities are equipped for success.
In this webinar, Grantmakers In Aging and Grantmakers In Health discussed recommendations for strengthening the complex care field and opportunities for health and aging philanthropy to support complex care providers.
This webinar offered an overview on current cost drivers in the health care system, how policy teams in various states are tackling this work, and which populations are particularly at risk.
This webinar discussed a new report that focuses on the systemic inequalities that while magnified during COVID-19 have always been a reality for marginalized populations, including, but not limited to, those living with or at risk of HIV.
This in-depth conversation explored efforts to create more resilient, equitable, and age-friendly communities, including the evidence-based CAPABLE model.