Essential storytelling tips and creative ways to repurpose your existing work to tell the right story when you're crunched for time
Explore an interactive exhibit illustrating how the history of race, class and national housing policy has created a legacy of inequity and exclusion that continues to shape our communities
Hear about principles and techniques to simplify your application process and explore examples that adhere to best practices.
Examine issues associated with racial equity in the field of arts and culture and strategies for funders engaging in the work
Discuss best practices and current research and reconnect with colleagues who invest in Appalachian Ohio.
Explore how eviction compromises the most basic need of a stable home and the ripple effect it has on issues such as education and economic well-being.
Learn about the innovative diversity, equity and inclusion work being done by community foundations in Ohio.
Join the Northern Ohio Local Engagement Group on a joint site visit to learn how a local company is closing the skills gap in a critical industry leading to high-paying jobs.
Explore the connections between health and food while learning about ways to close Ohio’s health gaps and move toward equity.
Explore the ins and outs of communication, how to craft effective messaging and share the great corporate philanthropy work that you do through various channels.
Learn how manufacturing sector partnerships can help close the skills-gap
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.
What will the November elections mean for education policy in Ohio? Key General Assembly leaders and policy directors for both gubernatorial candidates will set the stage and look ahead at the remainder of 2018 and into next year during the October 22 Philanthropy Ohio Education Initiative meeting. After presentations and a working lunch, the coalition will turn its attention to a discussion of what it means for the Education Initiative, with a focus on planning for 2019.
Philanthropy Forward ’18 is Ohio’s premier gathering of philanthropy practitioners. This three-day conference will offer a wealth of programming opportunities aimed at advancing the knowledge and skills of the sector, celebrating its innovators and leaders and building the network of philanthropy in our state.
Most foundations have codes of ethics and most grantmakers strive to behave ethically – but what exactly does that mean? What are ethics in the first place – and how, if at all, are they different in philanthropy?
What can community foundations do to truly engage the next generation as successful donors, board members and staff members?
How does your organization evaluate the impact of your grantmaking?
Join your colleagues to learn about Waterford UPSTART, a technology-based, in-home kindergarten-readiness program.
Discover how to implement effective management practices to plan for successful succession, transition and onboarding of new staff at all levels of your organization.
Move your foundation beyond building awareness and into action. Learn new strategies to build equity into the way your organization operates every day.