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.
For philanthropy to have a tremendous impact in addressing the tragic substance use disorder crisis, new approaches to public policy and government partner engagement must be coordinated.
Learn about Ohio’s proposed K-12 school funding plan (HB 305) and what it means for local schools and closing equity gaps between districts. Educational investments are a powerful tool for ensuring high-quality education for all students to succeed regardless of zip code.
Impact investing has the potential to enable every foundation, regardless of size, to pursue its philanthropic mission more effectively. It can help family foundations with few or no staff put more and different types of capital to work for social good and it can deliver philanthropic impact alongside financial returns—which enables reinvestment of those funds in pursuit of even more social good.
Responding to the substance use disorder crisis is done community by community. Once programs, models and organizations are developed and find success, these can be replicated to serve other communities.
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Learn how manufacturing sector partnerships can help close the skills gap and support workforce development and career pathways for Ohioans. Jessica Borza and Sara Tracey, who lead the Ohio Manufacturers’ Association workforce services team, will describe regional, industry-driven workforce solutions; provide examples from emerging and established manufacturing sector partnerships across the state; and define the roles philanthropy can play in the different phases of sector partnership implementation.
Learn about Waterford UPSTART, a technology-based, in-home kindergarten-readiness program. UPSTART’s disruptive innovation approach offers new dimensions of affordability, choice and accessibility for developing school readiness and empowers parents to engage in their children’s education. This program began in Utah and is actively expanding to pilots to Ohio and other states.
Hear from Terri Eason, Director of Gift Planning with The Cleveland Foundation, about how to develop philanthropic partnership and move your partners through the four phases of philanthropy. Gain additional perspective about the Foundation’s bi-annual African-American Philanthropy Summit.