Building Healthier Communities
The strength of any community is dependent upon a few factors: the health of its people, their connectedness to each other and the outside world, and the resilience and sustainability of its infrastructure. A strong community must also be able to prevent disease, and withstand shocks when prevention isn’t entirely possible.
As a risk-tolerant capital source, philanthropic dollars can create healthy communities in a variety of ways. To that end, the Center for Strategic Philanthropy works with emerging and experienced donors, guiding partners as they understand how to best use their resources to drive systems change and improve health for all.
Type 1 Diabetes: A Roadmap for Pediatric Autoantibody Screening
This roadmap was developed with input from stakeholder groups across the Type 1 Diabetes research, clinical, and nonprofit community.Read the Report
Supporting Wellness: Initial Findings from a Survey of Lived Experience and Research Priorities of Depression and Bipolar
This report aims to learn about the experiences of people living with depression and/or bipolar and hones in on how to use this insight to guide research prioritization and drug development efforts.Read the Report
Next Generation Prevention
This report focuses on how to improve overall health and prevent disease, rather than treat disease.Read the Report
Philanthropic Action for America’s Mental Health System
This guide identifies the mechanisms through which philanthropy can support mental well-being immediately, and offers a roadmap for strategic philanthropy that ensures solutions to mental health care are interconnected and serve patients’ needs for the long term.Read the Report
Giving Smarter: Philanthropic Opportunities to Advance Bipolar Disorder Research
This report takes a detailed look at the Bipolar Disorder research and funding landscape and makes recommendations for how philanthropy can advance the field.Read the Report