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Cleveland Arts Prize 2019 Winners each will receive $2,500 stipends funded by the Cleveland Foundation and Cuyahoga Arts and Culture.
The Ohio Department of Medicaid has released a Request For Information (RFI) for its managed care procurement program. We’ve submitted high-level comments to provide philanthropy’s perspective on ways in which the managed care process can be improved to ensure all Ohioans have full and equal access to opportunities to lead healthy lives.
Vacant lot turned into real-life storybook in Cleveland through 'Literary Lots' project funded through grants and donations from groups including the Cleveland Foundation, ArcelorMittal, Slavic Village Development and others
Our enewsletter brings you headlines of the top state and national policy issues we're watching.
We are privileged to be philanthropy, to be stewards, influencers, educators, conveners and advocates. We are privileged to have the time and space to learn and think about our work.
We’ve just opened nominations for our annual philanthropy awards, celebrating a handful of organizations and individuals who exemplify the best of Ohio philanthropy. The four awards applaud those who are moving the field forward and getting work done in innovative and impactful ways to improve communities across Ohio.
Building the evidence for health-promoting housing policy.
HB 9: regards student degree completion, general ed requirements and college credit transfer, passed the House and headed to the Senate
Sub HB 154: which dissolves and replaces all current academic distress commissions, was added to the omnibus amendment of House-passed version of HB 166, the state’s main operating budget bill.