The 2022 Grantmakers In Health Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy will be held June 27-29 virtually and in Miami Beach, Florida. The GIH Annual Conference is the best place to meet up with the bright minds, seasoned experts, and innovative practitioners working in health philanthropy today.
Grantmakers In Health, the National Rural Health Association, the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are pleased to announce the next Public-Private Collaborations in Rural Health meeting on June 2 and 3, 2022.
Each fall, GIH offers programming designed for funders with a strong interest in health policy. These meetings, collectively known as the Fall Forum, are an excellent opportunity for funders with a strong interest in health policy to get up-to-speed on current issues, interact with leading thinkers, and connect with their grantmaking peers.
All Past Meetings
Leaders in the field discussed the challenges this presents to states, and explore the strategies state officials and consumer advocates are designing to promote coverage retention.
Grantmakers In Health was created nearly 40 years ago. In the four decades since then, much has changed in the world related to philanthropy, policy, health care, and our understanding of health and wellness. In this session, GIH’s President and CEO Cara V. James was joined by past GIH leaders to discuss how health philanthropy has evolved, what is on the horizon, and how GIH and health funders can be more future focused to achieve better health.
Grantmakers In Health was created nearly 40 years ago. In the four decades since then, much has changed in the world related to philanthropy, policy, health care, and our understanding of health and wellness. GIH President Cara James provides a first look at GIH’s new strategic plan.
This meeting focused on the current state of food and nutrition incentives, with a particular emphasis on the impact of the pandemic and the future of these interventions. The meeting featured Oran Hesterman, Noah Fulmer, and Katie Jones of Fair Food Network.
This meeting will feature an update on and discussion of federal priorities and opportunities for public-private partnership to improve nutrition security. The meeting will feature Kumar Chandran, Senior Advisor – Nutrition, in the Office of the Secretary at USDA.
This meeting focused on reconciling emergency food response with need for food systems reform, but also covered several other topics (i.e., lifting-up grassroots voices and ending philanthropic paternalism; looking at natural disasters, equity, and food systems in addition to health outcomes and SDOH; climate change’s impacts on food systems; environmental justice and food systems; what the current public health response looks like with food systems; and investing at the federal and local policy levels).
This meeting of the learning community focused on addressing food equity and the role of philanthropy. The meeting featured Navina Khanna of HEAL Food Alliance, who presented and spoke with attendees.
This meeting focused on the response to COVID-19, the opportunities and challenges moving beyond the immediate response to meaningful systems change, and the role funders might play in this work. The meeting featured Brian Lang and Caroline Harries from The Food Trust as presenters and discussants.
Grantmakers In Health was pleased to convene the Terrance Keenan Institute alumni network for a dialogue exploring how health funders are investing in people, becoming more creative about the roles foundations can play, and rethinking risk.