Muskingum County Community Foundation scholarships awarded to local students.
As a result of our year-long strategic planning process, Philanthropy Ohio’s Board of Trustees has adopted new vision and mission statements and renewed its commitment to increase diversity, equity and inclusion both in our organization and Ohio’s philanthropic sector.
We launched a new online portal to assist in the Philanthropy Ohio membership renewal process for 2019. New this year, you may update your organization’s contacts, generate an invoice and pay online. Visit the Membership Renewal dropdown item on the Members tab to log in to get started.
Philanthropy Ohio is a statewide association that provides the network, tools and knowledge to help people engaged in philanthropy become more effective, powerful change agents in their communities.
Welcome new member: Greenlight Fund
The newest Philanthropy Ohio member is the Greenlight Fund, located in Cincinnati. The GreenLight Fund helps transform the lives of children, youth and families in high-poverty urban areas by creating local infrastructure and a consistent annual process to identify critical needs; import innovative, entrepreneurial programs that can have a significant, measurable impact; and galvanize local support to help programs reach and sustain impact.
GreenLight Cincinnati is part of a national network of GreenLight Fund cities, working together and learning from each other to bring the most promising, ground-breaking answers to some of Cincinnati’s most challenging poverty-related issues.
To meet all our members, visit www.philanthropyohio.org/meet-our-members.
Can economic policies reduce deaths of despair?
Sub HB 154: which dissolves and replaces all current academic distress commissions, was added to the omnibus amendment of House-passed version of HB 166, the state’s main operating budget bill.