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It has been my honor and privilege to serve as Co-Chair of the Philanthropy Forward ‘20 Planning Committee. While this year’s event looks a little different as we gather virtually, our purpose is the same. This meeting represents an opportunity to renew our collective commitment to Ohio’s bright future and the critical role that philanthropy has in maintaining this state’s momentum. This year’s conference will provide ample opportunity to advance the conversation around the role
The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio, in partnership with the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville, is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity intended to address the social, economic, educational and health challenges faced by young people in Appalachian Ohio.
Ohio to receive $96M in State Opioid Response grants to fight addiction.
With schools back in session and Labor Day in the rearview mirror, the Ohio General Assembly is back in session on a limited schedule. Both House and Senate will recess for the election before coming back for the lame-duck session in November.
New research suggests COVID-related learning loss will affect younger students differently.
The Browns delivered a social justice message prior to practice at FirstEnergy Stadium, including a focus on expanding the work of the Cleveland Browns Foundation by improving resource equity and closing the digital divide.
Ideastream partnered with All-Star Plain Dealer alums to report on the effects of COVID-19; the project is funded by Third Federal Foundation and University Settlement.
Funding for safe, affordable child care must be a priority for lawmakers, according to Moira Weir, president and CEO of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Chara Fisher Jackson, executive director and CEO of Cincinnati Preschool Promise and Mark Lawson, president and CEO of Cincinnati-Hamilton County United Action Agency.
As a philanthropic funder, our organization is in a unique position to be a leader in influencing the dynamics that combat structural racism. Given this position of influence, I believe we have a heightened responsibility to weave deeper understanding of racial equity and social justice into the breadth of our work.