An informal conversation about how your organization evaluates the impact of your grantmaking.
Find out what you need to consider as you start, refine or consider managing a leadership development program
Join Dayton-area funders, community stakeholders and civic leaders for one of the Racial Equity Institute’s signature racial equity trainings, the Phase 1 Workshop.
Co-sponsored by The George Gund Foundation and Saint Luke’s Foundation
Peer-to-peer exploration of common interests held by smaller foundations on homelessness
Tour the new facility with fellow funders and discuss The Center’s impact and priorities
Join your colleagues from Southwestern Ohio to discuss Equity in Philanthropy over lunch.
Discuss best practices and connect with colleagues who invest in Appalachian Ohio
Spend a day exchanging ideas with your peers to create and sustain an impactful grants management program.
The May 23 coalition meeting will take a deep dive into school funding.
Discover the challenges that foundation boards and executives are facing and discuss the board development
Funders will take a deep dive into the policy priorities with the new directors of the Ohio Department of Medicaid and the Ohio Department of Health.
Join your colleagues from Northern Ohio to discuss Equity in Philanthropy
This webinar is designed to help you think through your approach to strategic planning
Join your philanthropic peers – CEOs, trustees & donors - to explore key elements of racism and the role philanthropy can play in addressing racial inequity.
Join with your philanthropic program and grantmaking peers to explore key elements of racism and the role of philanthropy in addressing racial inequity
Learn more about how the state’s $150.4 billion biennium budget’s policy will affect philanthropy and your community.
The April 23 coalition meeting will feature an updates on education legislation and graduation requirement options.
Learn how corporate foundations and financial advisors are aligning their giving strategies with business goals
Find out what 2020 data collection means to those in the social sector