Philanthropy Ohio

Empowering Change
  • PARDON OUR DUST

    Philanthropy Ohio’s Central Ohio office is moving to the Brewery District Downtown Columbus. We apologize for any inconvenience as there may be disruptions the first week of September. Stop by and visit us in our new home at 500 South Front Street, Suite 900.

  • There's still time to register

    Philanthropy Forward '15 is less than two weeks away in Cincinnati, Ohio.

  • Register for the Conference

    Here’s what your colleagues had to say about the last Philanthropy Forward conference and why they’re coming this year. Join us for the largest gathering of Ohio philanthropy September 16 – 18 in Cincinnati.

  • Get Your Grants Data on the Map

    Get on the Map is a campaign to improve the quality, timeliness and availability of information – for and about Ohio funders. The highly interactive, searchable mapping platform from Foundation Center will be accessible to all members who participate. It all starts with you.

  • Plug into the wisdom of peers & thought leaders

    Through Philanthropy Ohio’s many programs, you’ll connect with others who share similar experiences and challenges, building the knowledge and skills to improve your philanthropic practice.

In The Spotlight

Welcome New Member: The Ohio Association of Foodbanks

Located in Columbus, the Ohio Association of Foodbanks was formed in 1991 and partners with Ohio's 12 Feeding America foodbanks and other nonprofit organizations to provide food and resources to people in need. The association provides grants to United Ways for free tax preparation assistance and the Ohio Benefits Bank to connect Ohio’s families with work support programs and tax credits. As more people who have fallen out of the middle class and into poverty seek assistance from Ohio’s emergency food providers for the first time, the association continues to work to meet the growing need, while looking to the future for new and innovative ways to end hunger in our state. In addition, the association advocates for equitable public policy at the state and federal levels to decrease hunger in Ohio, working with partners to inform policymakers, media and other stakeholders about the issues facing low-income Ohioans.

 

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Upcoming Events

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Two family foundations, experienced with an increase in assets, will help you plan now for growth tomorrow and manage change if you’re in the midst of it today.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Philanthropy Forward ‘15 is this year’s annual gathering of Ohio philanthropy practitioners. It’s a three-day conference with opportunities to connect with your peers and learn about the most innovative strategies for all levels of staff employed at community foundations, United Ways, private and family foundations, corporate engagement/giving programs and other forms of philanthropy.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

The stress-free way to get from Cleveland to Cincinnati for Philanthropy Forward 15!