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.
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
Listserv Postback - A colleague is looking for organizations that are working to expand or provide access to WiFi during the pandemic.
Listserv Responses - A colleague would like to know which foundations have a “friends of the foundation group” as well as a board of directors?
Listserv Responses - A colleague would like to know if there are foundations that support capital projects at local churches.
Listserv Responses - A community foundation is interested in knowing how you handle allowing fund advisors who want to know the amounts of gifts to their fund. Specifically, gifts given in memory of someone.
Listserv Postback - A colleague is looking for best practices and policies for electronically storing grants paperwork. At this time, they do not have an online grant management platform, so everything is hard copies.