Marietta Community Foundation launched their spring grant cycle.
The Philanthropy Forward ’21 conference is going virtual! Save the dates October 11 – 15 for this year’s virtual convening.
In addition, we invite you to submit a session proposal that catalyzes our collective movement forward. Submit your application online by March 17.
Following the death of George Floyd, Philanthropy Ohio members have issued statements condemning the acts of violence against the black community and renewing philanthropy’s commitment to racial equity and justice. President & CEO Deborah Aubert Thomas also wrote a statement on our blog on advancing racial equity. To read these statements as well as personal and professional resources, please visit philanthropyohio.org/diversity.
You stepped up this year, and we stepped up to support all that you did. Next year will be a year of continued recovery and response, which will require more connection, learning and courageous philanthropy and we will be here to assist: but only if you renew your membership before it expires in January. We thank you for your support and look forward to welcoming you back for another year!
The Philanthropy Review Winter 2020 edition features four members’ reflections on 2020 and perspectives on 2021 challenges; an update on the Ohio Collaborative for Educating Remotely and Transforming Schools public-private partnership; and welcomes several new leaders to their jobs in philanthropy.
Gain insight into the latest funder salary figures in Ohio, the Midwest and the nation in the 2020 Foundation Salary Report. Separate tables present data on average salaries for a variety of positions by organization type. As an additional membership benefit, more data on foundation salaries are available to Philanthropy Ohio members as researched by staff by contacting Jessica Howard.
Welcome new members Charles D Berry Foundation and HealthComp Foundation
Two new members have recently joined Philanthropy Ohio: Charles D. Berry Foundation and HealthComp Foundation.
Charles D. “Chuck” Berry created The Charles D. Berry Foundation in 2018 to make living in the Dayton community better today and tomorrow. The foundation was born from Chuck’s Christian beliefs, passion for his hometown and his many years of philanthropy and supports education, health care, the arts and recreational activities – all areas he believes play important roles in making a stronger community.
The HealthComp Foundation was established in 2016 in Cleveland utilizing funding from a prior business venture of The Center for Health Affairs’ for-profit affiliate, HealthComp, Inc. HealthComp Foundation’s mission is to accelerate a healthy community through high-quality health care services, community partnerships and investment. In November 2020, the board of directors approved grants totaling $230,000 to support four initiatives aimed at addressing systemic inequities revealed by the COVID-19 crisis.
To learn more and meet all the members, view the Philanthropy Ohio Membership Directory.
The Community Foundation of Lorain County gave Neighborhood Alliance an emergency grant of $75K.
Our monthly enewsletter updates members about Ohio and U.S. health policy developments.