NCRP's new report describes concretely how its principles for effective philanthropy can be operationalized to promote transformational change," said Lauren LeRoy, president and CEO of Grantmakers In Health.
What does GMH stand for?
GMH stands for Grantmakers in Health (Washington, DC)
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- Guided Missile Group (US Navy)
- Guided Missile General Support
- Goulburn Murray Group Training, Inc. ( Australia)
- Glucose-Mediated Glucose Uptake
- Greater Manchester Geological Unit
- Georgia Middle Grades Writing Assessment (Georgia State Department of Education)
- Gaston Memorial Hospital (North Carolina)
- General Motors Holden's
- Gerard Manley Hopkins (poet)
- GivesMeHope (website)
- Great Minster House (UK)
- Greenville Memorial Hospital (Greenville, SC)
- Groupement Français des Entreprises de Restauration des Monuments Historiques (French: French Group of Historic Monument Restoration Companies)
- Geauga Metropolitan Housing Authority (Ohio)
- Georgetown Minor Hockey Association (Ontario, Canada)
- Georgia Manufactured Housing Association
- Georgina Minor Hockey Association (Ontario, Canada)
- Geriatric Mental Health Alliance
- Grand Manan Harbour Authority
- Grand Master Hiram Abif
Samples in periodicals archive:
Current programs are characterized by limited state budgets, limited services, and a confusing array of eligibility requirements--all of which undermine the nation's goals for preventing and treating HIV/AIDS," said IOM committee chair Lauren LeRoy, president and CEO of Grantmakers in Health.
Failing to provide these cost-effective, life-saving drugs to all Americans who need them--including individuals who lack insurance or cannot afford them-is indefensible," said the committee chair, Lauren LeRoy, president and CEO of Grantmakers in Health, Washington, D.
100,000) Grantmakers in Health (Washington, DC) will use the grant as partial support to develop and implement two Issue Dialogues, Issue Briefs and Issue Focus articles to educate its members on tobacco, its relationship to other health issues, and to encourage increased foundation support for tobacco- control programs.