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.
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.
Learn about some of the innovations happening in Appalachian Ohio and how funders are coming together with each other and communities to make a difference for the people they serve.
Get up to speed on the latest health and education happenings at the statehouse. Hear from Loren Anthes, Public Policy Fellow at the Center for Community Solutions and Lisa Gray, Project Director for the Philanthropy Ohio Education Initiative.
Explore the most recent data and long-term trends related to charitable giving in Ohio. Philanthropy Ohio’s annual Ohio Gives report provides a deep dive into data on charitable contributions made by individuals, corporate, private and community foundations, federated funds and other grantmakers.
Do you have an idea worth spreading? Watch this engaging webinar with Ruth Milligan, an expert on the TEDx style of speaking, to better understand what TED-like talks really are and how you can apply them in your work.
What does it mean to invest in economic development? This webinar will help you better understand the various roles a funder can play in catalyzing the economic development “engine” of a community. Learn more about what to look for and where to start, while learning from two communities that are already on a new economic development journey.
Are you dedicated to developing your personal leadership skills, which takes time and commitment? This thought-provoking webinar pairs two experts in the field – Michelle Vander Stouw and Claudia Herrold – as they dive into how to develop some of the core competencies necessary for the success of tomorrow’s philanthropic leaders.
Otterbein University, in partnership with Bowling Green State University and the University of Findlay, hosted a two-day Women in Philanthropy Summit to start the conversation around improving gender equality by investing in women, as well as the power of women in philanthropy. Keynote speakers were Dr. MusimbiKanyoro, president and CEO of the Global Fund for Women, and Katie Koch, senior portfolio strategist and chief of staff for the Goldman Sachs Asset Management Office of the Chairman, United Kingdom, in addition to many other speakers and panels.
Rising Tide explored the people, the stories, the issues, and the programs that comprise the landscape of Cleveland's local LGBTQ community. Learn what's happening related to LGBTQ programming in youth, families, aging, health, employment, or social justice – from a wealth of local and national experts.