Courtney McNaull joins Ashland County Community Foundation as communications director.
The Philanthropy Review Winter 2019 edition is available now online to download and read. This edition remembers Steve Minter, celebrates the 2019 philanthropy awardees, introduces three board members, reflects on the Putting Racism on the Table series and Philanthropy Forward ’19 and much more!
The 2019 Foundation Salary Report is now out and available for members to download. It’s our most-requested resource and features salaries of Ohio foundation CEOs, program officers and administrative assistants for Ohio, the Midwest and the U.S. by type of foundation. Philanthropy Ohio collected data on salary and benefits at member organizations in mid-2019 in association with the Council on Foundations.
Join a cohort of a dozen peers on a five-session learning journey where you’ll discover your unique individual leadership potential. Not your typical leadership series, this program is designed specifically for emerging leaders in philanthropic organizations. Space is limited, so register by Feb. 7 to reserve your seat.
Beginning in December 2019, Philanthropy Ohio rolled out new exclusive discounts for members. Philanthropy Ohio members have access to savings on entertainment, travel, movie tickets, theme parks, sporting events, hotel stays, rental cars and much more.
It’s time to renew your Philanthropy Ohio membership for 2020 before it expires in January. You can update your organization’s contacts, generate an invoice and pay online. Visit the Membership Renewal dropdown item on the Members tab to log in and get started.
Three Arches Foundation awards $1.1 million in inaugural grants
Our member, Three Arches Foundation, gave its first ever grants to 16 organizations advancing the health and well-being of the people of Lakewood and surrounding communities. This milestone marks the transition and repurposed mission of the new foundation.
By connecting people, ideas and resources, the Three Arches Foundation fosters a collaborative approach toward investing in organizations whose work directly addresses the continuum of physical and behavioral health issues. The foundation invests in meaningful initiatives through grant opportunities to nonprofit organizations that provide programs and services directly aligned with their mission, concentrating on gaps in access to care.
President Reagan declared November 15 National Philanthropy Day back in 1986 and the tradition of celebrating philanthropy has grown worldwide and here in Ohio. It’s a day that recognizes all who volunteer their time, treasure and talent to make a difference in communities, through large gestures and small but all coming from a generosity of spirit and concern for their neighbors next door and around the world.
Columbus State opened a food bank for low-income students; The Market was supported by Cardinal Health Foundation, which gave a $700,000 grant; Kroger and Wasserstrom provided in-kind support of grocery equipment.