Media & Communications
Karen Ager, Director of Communications
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At the Endowment for Health, we work to raise awareness of important health issues as well as the factors that create good health and realized potential for all. Our communication channels provide weekly updates on national, regional and state health policy. We also publish an e-newsletter featuring updates on all of our Targeted Initiatives and the work of our community partners. Subscribe
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Media Relations: We will be happy to arrange interviews with various subject matter experts for journalists who are covering health and health care stories as well as articles about philanthropy. Members of the Endowment team are also available to work with journalists as they compile background information and research on various health-related topics. Please call or email to make arrangements.
February 1, 2023
Endowment for Health Receives $7 Million Gift from MacKenzie Scott Foundation; First Round of Awards Made to NH Community Organizations Totaling $947,500
November 3, 2022
Endowment for Health Awarded More than $3.2 Million Over Past Twelve Months
Focus on Workforce, Economic Development Within Communities
October 20, 2022
Endowment for Health Appoints Three New Board Members
In the News
October 28, 2022
Growing collective effort to solve NH's healthcare workforce shortage
September 13, 2022
'No silver bullet': Despite local, state efforts, health care worker shortage persists
Endowment for Health Program Director Kim Firth is interviewed in this Keene Sentinel article, alongside other healthcare providers and consumers, about the impact of the healthcare workforce shortage in New Hampshire and collaborative efforts to create Giving Care: A Strategic Plan to Expand and Support New Hampshire's Health Care Workforce.
August 19, 2022
Sununu forms selection committee for next Health and Human Services commissioner
Endowment for Health President Dr. Yvonne Goldsberry has been appointed the to the Selection Committee to choose the next commissioner of the NH Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Goldsberry is one of five state leaders with extensive experience in health care and government who will interview potential candidates and offer three recommendations to Governor Sununu for consideration. This will be the second such selection committee that Dr. Goldsberry has served on. Don Shumway, former Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and former President/CEO of Crotched Mountain Foundation, will serve as chair of the committee.