Post-Election Philanthropy and Perspectives from the Field
GIH is continuing to organize several post-election calls for health funders, as we have done in previous years. Join us on November 30 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern for Post-Election Discussion: Moving Forward on Health Care to gain key insights into the prospects for increasing health care access, advancing health equity, and improving the delivery system. In addition, check out these resources from our Philanthropy Support Partners:
- Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation is launching an event series that will provide space for funders and practitioners to reflect together for real shared impact. The first event, The Future of Civic Power, was held on November 16. Stay tuned for more information.
- Funders Concerned About AIDS is offering two post-election webinars. On November 16, 2020 Post Election Analysis focused on HIV and global health. On December 9, Global Gag Rule and Global Health Contracts will support funders to understand what different election outcomes could mean for the Global Gag rule and related U.S. policies impacting sexual and reproductive health and rights.
- As part of its Racial Equity Learning Series, Early Childhood Funders Collaborative is partnering with Alliance for Early Success on After the Election: Antiracist Policy and Advocating for America’s Children on November 18.
- On November 18, Neighborhood Funders Group is hosting Pivoting Forward, a post-election deep dive on what happened in rural and small-city America.
- Economic Opportunity Funders is hosting a Post-Election Virtual Funder Learning Series, which will feature three funder discussions from December 2020 – January 2021:
- Who Voted and Why and Implications for Social and Economic Policy
- A National Reckoning on Race
- No Going Back — Building for a Better Future