Each of us can serve as an “Engine of Impact” to advance the philanthropic sector. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn alongside your funder peers about how we can collaborate to achieve transformative results for our communities.
The next Health Initiative quarterly meeting is packed with experts bringing you the latest info on critical issues, including the state budget’s provisions related to health and federal ACA repeal and replace efforts.
The next Health Initiative quarterly meeting is packed with experts bringing you the latest info on critical issues related to state and federal health policy.
This community foundation listserv collection details the member responses listing the African American community funds, Hispanic funds, Black funds and other race-specific funds at their community foundations.
View this webinar recording to take a deep dive into the critical legal details of community foundation fund management with Phil Purcell and the Charitable Law Section of the Ohio General Attorney's office.
This Midwest Community Foundation Webinar hosted by the Council of Michigan Foundations explored these timely questions: What is your purpose as a grantmaker now and into the future? How are you adapting your grantmaking to stay accountable to your community, particularly Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities? What is the story that your foundation wants to tell about this experience five years from now?
Economic development can be a challenge, and in rural places there are unique factors that create both barriers and opportunities. Watch this Midwest (Tri-State) Community Foundation Series Webinar to learn about the Rural Economic Development Cohort, a partnership program with the Council of Michigan Foundations and the Community Economic Development Association of Michigan, and how this experience helped participating foundations engage their communities.
Community foundations invite donors and fundholders to respond to both immediate crises and long-range leadership opportunities, but how do we best steward, retain and advise those donors? Watch this Midwest (Tri-State) Community Foundation Series webinar presented by Indiana Philanthropy Alliance to learn more.
Anticipating community crises and preparing your foundation to adapt and respond quickly are key opportunities for community foundation leaders today. Hear from Mike Parks, Jeanne Holihan and Eleanor Comyns, as they share how The Dayton Foundation has responded to three distinct disasters – a history-making series of tornadoes in May 2019, a deadly mass shooting in August 2019 and the current coronavirus pandemic – and how each dictates different approaches in both the community and grants process.
Sample document from the Cleveland Foundation - Return to Work Strategy