Build your understanding of how tax credit programs impact Ohio families and explore how your voice can inform the conversation in congress.
Learn how one group of professional grantmakers recently overhauled its approach to evaluating grantee financial health. Key outcomes of this process included a) the creation of a dashboard-style rating system and b) a decision to eliminate program budgets from required grant application materials.
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.
No matter what your interests – as a taxpayer, funder of education programs, employer or parent – you will benefit from a review of the state’s efforts to prepare the next generation of citizens. Philanthropy Ohio’s webinar will include updates on key education policies and the associated budget considerations shaping early childhood to post-secondary reforms.
Learn best practices of community engagement and benchmark against the most community-minded companies in the nation, as judged by the Civic 50 framework. Key Bank, a Philanthropy Ohio member, is rated as the top leader in the financial sector leader by its measures. Margot Copeland, Chair and CEO of Key Foundation, shares illustrative examples of Key’s work institutionalizing community impact.
Supporting your ability to better intuit community interests and donor characteristics, this webinar will introduce demographic mapping tools and analysis services from the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship.
Collaborator Brian Frederick of the Community Foundation of Lorain County join presenters from the Center.
Partnerships that include “access to justice” as a strategy can address poverty more effectively by extending the impact of narrowly-focused social service approaches supported by funders. During this webinar, you will hear examples of successful Ohio collaborations that advance desired outcomes in health, education, housing and jobs through civil legal aid.