Austin-Bailey Health and Wellness Foundation approves grants totaling $177,760.
From deep dives to keynotes by national thought leaders to micro sessions, this year’s conference has it all, in 3 days of extraordinary opportunities to learn, build skills and network with peers.
The 2018 Foundation Salary and Benefits Report is now out and available for members to download. New this year are key findings from the national salary and benefits survey, including statistics on paid leave, health insurance, retirement benefits and more.
In our fall edition, we interviewed three members who participated in the Putting Racism on the Table series. Read their reflections on the series and how it will impact their organizations moving forward. Plus, find out the five essential elements you need to consider when building an effective investment committee.
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.
Philanthropy Ohio is the recognized advocate and convener trusted to represent Ohio philanthropy in the state and the nation. We bring members together with key policymakers, whether we’re meeting in Washington about federal tax policy or working with members on state education and health reform.
Welcome Social Sector Partners
Welcome to Social Sector Partners, our newest Professional Partner member. Located in Los Angeles, Social Sector Partners works with funders and nonprofit organizations on understanding what it really costs to achieve great outcomes, works to improve organizational financially sustainability and strategically repositions organizations for greater impact. Social Sector Partners provides a range of training and workshops for both nonprofit leaders and funders to help build the capacity, financial strength and sustainability of community-based organizations.
To learn more, visit socialsectorpartners.com.
United Way launching census of Central Ohio's LGBTQ community.
Nearly 90 percent of U.S. physicians say at least some of their patients have a social condition that poses a serious impediment to their health, whether it be unemployment, lack of education or drug addiction, a new nationwide survey of doctors shows.