The Endowment for Health Board of Directors voted unanimously to appoint Yvonne Goldsberry, PhD, MPH, MSUP, as the foundation’s next president, effective September 15.
Endowment for Health Awards Grants to Raise Awareness of Child Care and Early Education Issues; Supports Collective Impact for Children's Behavioral Health Coalition
Concord, NH – As part of its latest round of grant awards totaling more than $360,000, the Endowment for Health is funding work to advance collective impact and raise awareness of key issues facing New Hampshire’s children.
Concord, NH – The Endowment for Health is pleased to welcome Yvonne Goldsberry, PhD, MPH, MSUP, as the foundation’s Vice President for Programs. For more than a decade, Dr. Goldsberry has been engaged in New Hampshire’s public and private sector health environments. She brings more than 25 years of experience in health policy and planning, as well as strong knowledge of the major social and economic influences on the health of vulnerable populations. Dr. Goldsberry will be joining the Endowment in early December.
Concord, NH – The Endowment for Health, New Hampshire’s largest health foundation, announced grant awards of nearly $1.2 million for the quarter. Thirty-nine grants were made to support a variety of health-related projects.
“Several of our recent grants focus on strengthening organizational leadership to reduce health inequities based on race, ethnicity and language,” said Endowment for Health President Steve Rowe. “Other grants are specifically targeted to strengthen the fields of early childhood development and elder health. All of the Endowment’s recent grants seek to maximize the health and well-being of New Hampshire people so they can realize their full human potential,” he said.
Seventeen grants totalling more than $350,000 were awarded for the quarter.
“Four of the Endowment’s recent grants will focus on a place-based initiative to create welcoming communities in New Hampshire,” said Endowment for Health President Steve Rowe. “Additional grants will be used to help bolster the capacity of the state’s advocacy organizations, create infrastructure to support children’s behavioral health, and track data related to early childhood development,” he added.