Today, Tuesday, January 18, is the National Day of Racial Healing. Launched in 2017 by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the annual observance is meant to be a time to contemplate our shared values and create the blueprint together for #HowWeHeal from the effects of racism.
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In honor of National Philanthropy Day, today we are congratulating the 2021 Philanthropy Ohio Award winners as well as our members who were recognized by Association of Fundraising Professionals chapters throughout the state.
This past January, our board of trustees launched a strategy process led by a committee of your peers representing members across the state and from varied types of philanthropic organizations. I’m now pleased to present the 2022-2024 Strategy Framework, adopted by the board in its September meeting.
Philanthropy Ohio today announced the retirement of Claudia Herrold, chief communications and public policy officer.
Philanthropy has an important role to play in supporting communities, and hosting virtual roundtables is one way we help connect funders to elected officials through advocacy work. This spring, given the virtual spaces through Zoom, Microsoft Teams and other platforms, we decided to do things a little differently to give more opportunities to our members who may not ordinarily be able to travel to Washington, D.C. to connect with their local congressional members and share their stories.