Improving Health Outcomes by Connecting to the EITC
A Conversation for Funders
On July 26, the EITC Funders Network and Grantmakers in Health (GIH) co-hosted a one-hour webinar – Improving Health Outcomes by Connecting to the EITC: A Conversation for Funders – to learn more about the body of research connecting the EITC to positive health outcomes and the ways in which health funders and economic opportunity funders are engaging in this intersect.
- Kelli Komro, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
- Padmini Parthasarathy, The California Wellness Foundation
- Ria Pugeda, Consumer Health Foundation
Webinar slides can be found on the GIH website and a full recording of the webinar is available for GIH Funding Partners. Webinar participants who are not GIH Funding Partners who are interested in receiving a copy of the recording can email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
- Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Policy Basics: The Earned Income Tax Credit
- Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, State Earned Income Tax Credits and Minimum Wages Work Best Together
- Brookings, The Earned Income Tax Credit and the White Working Class
- Sara Markowitz, Kelli A. Komro, Melvin D. Livington, Otto Lenhart, Alexander C. Wagenaar, Effects of State-Level Earned Income Tax Credit Laws in the US on Maternal Health Behaviors and Infant Health Outcomes
- Healthy Places Network
- Prosperity Now, Health and Wealth
- JP Morgan Chase, Deferred Care: How Tax Refunds Enable Healthcare Spending
- EITC Funders Network, GIST, and GCYF: Two Generation Approaches to Poverty Reduction and the EITC (includes an article on the EITC’s impact on health)
- Grantmakers in Health: Philanthropy’s Role in Addressing Neighborhood Conditions that Shape Health?
- Consumer Health Foundation: Racial Equity Impact Assessment Tool
- Asset Funders Network: The Health Wealth Connection: Opportunities for Investment Across the Course of Life