Philanthropy Ohio

Empowering Change
  • Registration Now Open

    Join us September 16 – 18, 2015, in Cincinnati.

  • Philanthropy award nominations now open

    Nominate an outstanding philanthropist for the annual Ohio philanthropy awards. This year, four awards will recognize exceptional individuals, organizations and collaborations in Ohio philanthropy: Ohio Philanthropy Award, Emerging Philanthropist Award, Innovation Award and The Michael G. Shinn Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award. Award winners will be announced at Philanthropy Forward ’15 in September. The deadline to submit nominations is August 3, 2015.

  • How Does Ohio Give? The 2015 Report is Out

    Ohio Gives, Philanthropy Ohio’s annual giving report, details how Ohioans, foundations and more give and what causes they support. The latest data indicates that overall giving is up 18 percent over the previous year, reaching $7.8 billion.

     
  • 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

Burton D. Morgan Foundation launches research institute, expands staff

In April, Burton D. Morgan Foundation launched the Entrepreneurship Education Experiment, a new research institute serving as a vehicle to share the work happening in the Northeast Ohio entrepreneurial ecosystem nationally and globally. To help handle this growing body of work, the foundation expanded their staff to include Dr. Scott Shane of Case Western Reserve University, the first research fellow in the Burton D. Morgan Fellowship Program; his project involves the study of pitch competitions, launching a series this fall. To assist Dr. Shane, two students from Case Western Reserve University have been brought on as interns. Laura Mummey, a senior majoring in economics and psychology, and Eoghan Bees, a junior majoring in finance, are preparing for PITCH U and four campus pitch competitions.  The foundation continues to grow and evolve, tackling new, intriguing challenges in their community.

Recent News

Tuesday, July 21, 2015
3 good reads for your summer vacation

In between rain downpours and mere summer showers, many of us are getting ready for a brief respite someplace sunnier and warmer than this year’s Ohio summer.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Explore the role philanthropy plays in supporting social movements.

Thursday, August 06, 2015

Harnessing and further developing your emotional intelligence is critical to becoming a high-performing leader and team member.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Learn how to turn your data into a compelling pictures that will engage your donors, trustees and your community.