This webinar recording shares innovative approaches to corporate giving during the COVID-19 pandemic and how corporate assets can be leveraged to foster relationships and make positive long-lasting impact on communities.
On Wednesday, March 16, the Ohio Senate passed three bills, which distributed almost $890 million in federal pandmic aid. Philanthropy Ohio's government consultants at Byers, Minton and Associates provided the attached breakdown of the bills and how much money will go to Ohio communities.
This Midwest Community Foundation Webinar hosted by the Council of Michigan Foundations explored these timely questions: What is your purpose as a grantmaker now and into the future? How are you adapting your grantmaking to stay accountable to your community, particularly Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities? What is the story that your foundation wants to tell about this experience five years from now?
Access to justice, and access to a lawyer in particular, is universally good for our communities. Many funders in Ohio see the value in civil legal services as well. In fact, 43 Philanthropy Ohio members gave to legal aid in 2020, a remarkable show of support.
As communities continue to struggle amid the pandemic, Philanthropy Ohio called for Congress to pass additional COVID-19 relief funding and sent the below letter to the federal delegation. We encourage you to contact your representatives and urge them to support additional COVID-19 relief.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Ohio nonprofits’ ability to provide services, continue operations, collect donations/revenue and carry out their missions. During this pandemic, nonprofits are increasingly expected to do more with less. In order to identify the greatest needs of the state’s nonprofit sector during this public health crisis, the Ohio Attorney General’s Charitable Law Section, Philanthropy Ohio, the Ohio Association for Nonprofit Organizations and The Ohio State University launched The Ohio Nonprofit COVID-19 Survey Project.
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) was signed into law by President Biden on March 11, 2021, providing $1.9 trillion in COVID-19 economic relief funding and addressing myriad aspects of U.S. health and welfare. Philanthropy Ohio's government consultants at Byers, Minton & Associates provided the attached breakdown of the recovery package.