All In Webinar Series: Sustainably Financing Community Health

IPHI co-leads Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH), a national initiative that aims to improve the capacity of communities to form collaborations that share data across sectors to improve health. DASH is a partner of the All In: Data for Community Health learning network, which is hosting an upcoming webinar.

Sustainably Financing Community Health: Where to Look, When to Pursue, and How to Access Different Sources of Capital

Those seeking to advance and produce community health often struggle to finance this important work – relying primarily on grants. Some of the alternative resourcing options at their disposal are less well known and understood, and each one requires some level of strategic planning, preparation, and engagement to access effectively. All In: Data for Community Health is launching a webinar series to cover sustainable financing, alternative payment models, and tools to help you think about and take steps towards sustaining your multi-sector community work. Presenters will discuss a range of key questions and alternative models intended to expand knowledge of, comfort level with, and capacity to take advantage of different financing options. 

Part 1: December 18 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
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Part 1 will focus on ReThink Health’s newly released financing primer, Beyond the Grant, and guide participants through a series of questions and activities to reframe how to approach financing and investment for long-term, sustainable health reform.


  • Lindsey Alexander, MPP, Senior Project Consultant, ReThink Health
  • Katherine Wright, MS, Senior Program Associate, ReThink Health

Part 2: January 15 from 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. ET
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In Part 2, participants will hear about alternative financing models from around the country and learn how others are using pay for success contracts and community investment to pursue sustainability. There will also be an opportunity during Q&A to ask questions of all three speakers, or ask follow-up questions from Part 1.


  • Alison Rein, MS, Director of Health, Quantified Ventures
  • Robin Hacke, MBA, Executive Director, Center for Community Investment