Principals or deputies of our member organizations are invited to participate in this upcoming Governor's Roundtable. The purpose is to convene leaders in philanthropy who are actively supporting efforts to reduce child poverty to learn about their work and get recommendations for the state. The Governor's Office is also excited to share how the state is tackling this priority and explore opportunities for collaboration to deepen our collective impact in Maryland communities.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) is a $27 billion investment in climate and clean energy established by the Inflation Reduction Act. Please join the Green Funders Affinity Group to learn about the purpose and components of the GGRF. Representatives of local organizations that have applied for funding to benefit Maryland will describe each fund and their proposed strategy and share thoughts about barriers to community institutions accessing funding, and philanthropy’s role in supporting the infrastructure for equitable implementation of investments especially at the state and local levels.
Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Health Funders Affinity Group is pleased to host Maryland Department of Health’s Deputy Secretary Ryan Moran, Healthcare Financing and Medicaid Director, for a conversation about the strategic priorities and vision of Maryland's Medicaid program. Specifically, Dr. Moran will review Medicaid's focus to promote innovation, access to care, health equity, and behavioral health.
You asked, we’re listening. Our 2022 MPN Member Survey revealed interest in programs on public/private partnerships. Join us later this month for a special session to learn about best practices in public/private partnerships.
Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Health Funders Affinity Group is pleased to host Maryland Department of Health’s Secretary Laura Herrera Scott for a conversation about the Secretary’s vision for the Department and its strategies to promote lifelong health and wellness for all Marylanders. She will speak on their efforts to promote and improve the health and safety of Maryland residents of all ages through disease prevention, access to care, quality management, and community engagement.
Join the Prenatal-to-Five (PN-5) Affinity Group for updates and discussion on policy and systems change opportunities in support of young children and their families.
How can we build a better and more equitable health care system? Join the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), Maryland Philanthropy Network’s Health Funders and Public Policy Committee, and leading advocates working to advance health equity in Maryland as we discuss state and local initiatives to expand health care coverage, improve health care quality, address disparities in health outcomes, and make prescription drugs more affordable.
Baltimore has long faced a crisis of vacant and abandoned homes, which makes communities less safe and hurts families’ ability to build wealth through homeownership.