Poverty

Let’s Talk Philanthropy – Equity and Opportunity

Publication date: 
09/2017

Join Mark Lomax II, D.M.A. and Suzanne Allen, Ph.D. for a thoughtful conversation about the intersectionality of poverty, race and opportunity. Listen in to learn about efforts to create a better future for young men and women aged 18-26 and how foundations can activate their funds to make important changes in community.

 

2020 Jobs & Gender Outlook

Publication date: 
03/2015

Job growth in our region is not likely to result in uniform prosperity for both genders. A recently-released report, undertaken by the leadership of The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, unpacks this prediction and illustrates the impact for marginalized populations.

Results of Nonprofit Finance Fund 2013 State of the Sector Survey

Publication date: 
03/2013

While organizations show slight signs of financial improvement, this is also the 5th straight year in which they reported dramatic increases in service demand. 78% of respondents reported an increase in demand for services, about half of respondents weren’t able to meet that demand. Organizations that work on the front lines saw even greater community need, with 85% of respondents that served low income communities reporting demand increases and 63% unable to meet that need.

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How will your Medicare benefits change?

Publication date: 
07/2012

You count on Medicare insurance. Will the new healthcare law change your benefits? Will it save you money?
Or, will it cost you more? The answers depend on your income and the Medicare plan you’ve chosen. The most important fact to know is the new healthcare law will not cut your government-guaranteed benefits. You get the same benefits Medicare has always guaranteed whether you have a traditional Medicare plan (Part A or B) or a Medicare Advantage plan (Part C). These are benefits like doctor services, inpatient and outpatient hospital care, and durable medical equipment.

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