Thank you for attending the Grantmakers In Health Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy, the largest annual gathering of health funders in the country, and the best place to learn from seasoned experts and philanthropic leadership and exchange information, ideas, and insights with colleagues. We look forward to seeing you in Minneapolis for the 2020 annual conference, June 17-19!
Registration is open!
Don’t miss your opportunity to reserve your seat!
All conference registrations include:
- Access to dozens of educational sessions led by philanthropic leaders and health experts, spanning 12 issue areas
- An unparalleled opportunity to connect with peers in philanthropy across the nation
- Access to plenary sessions, workshops, site visits, networking activities, and more
- Networking Receptions
The GIH annual conference is open to the staff and trustees of foundations and corporate giving programs. Staff of philanthropy-serving organizations may also attend the conference if their organization meets the following criteria: it appears on the Council on Foundations’ lists of funder networks and regional associations, addresses issues that have a significant impact on health, and conducts work that is aligned with the GIH mission.
All registrations are reviewed to ensure they meet the GIH eligibility policy. GIH reserves the right to refuse or cancel all ineligible registrations at any time and shall not be held accountable for any outside fees associated with this cancellation.
Cancellations should be sent to Teagan Papke by May 29, 2020. Registrants who cancel on or before May 29 can transfer the registration to a colleague or receive a full refund. Cancellations received after May 29 will not be eligible for a refund.
With the health and safety of the GIH network in mind, we continue to monitor reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization on the spread and potential impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus). At the moment, we are still planning to hold the GIH annual conference in Minneapolis this June. We understand that the situation is evolving and will inform the field if our plans change.