"Hard Dollars in Cleveland." The Cleveland Foundation ramps up its impact investing.
The Philanthropy Review Spring 2019 edition is now out and available online. It features our annual Ohio Gives report and infographics, in which individual giving is up and foundation giving is down slightly. Meet The Women’s Fund of Central Ohio’s new CEO, our new manager of Public Policy and read how to align investments with mission. Read more.
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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 just 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.
Ascendium updates its philanthropy strategy
Ascendium Education Group (formerly Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates), the nation’s largest federal student loan guarantor, unveiled a new funding strategy that will guide the organization’s grantmaking for the next 3 – 5 years. Its focus will be to remove barriers to student success at the institution and system levels; streamline key learner transitions, such as matriculation, transfer and workforce entry; expand high-quality higher education in prison programs; and develop rural education and workforce training programs.
The organization’s grantmaking will continue to focus on increasing equity for low-income populations, especially those in historically underrepresented groups: first generation students, incarcerated adults, rural community members, students of color and veterans. Ascendium has also expanded its geographic scope from seven states to nationwide and will issue several narrowly focused requests for proposals in the coming months
CareSource Foundation awards grant to NAMI Southern Ohio.
Hospice of North Central Ohio extends virtual reality therapy to Richland County thanks to a $7,000 grant from the Robert and Esther Black Family Foundation Fund of The Richland County Foundation.