You may recall that several years ago I chaired Philanthropy Ohio’s Annual Conference. This photo was taken during my closing comments.
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Ohio is expected to ban most suspensions and expulsions for our youngest students.
A growing body of research has found a strong link between youth incarceration and poor health outcomes.
I’m just back from the United Philanthropy Forum’s annual conference in Boston where I connected and learned with over 300 people who work in philanthropy serving organizations like mine. And I hope that our members have a similarly worthwhile and heady experience at our annual conference here in Columbus this October.
State Board passes strategic plan for education, “EachChild=Our Future,” laying out a framework for the state’s educational goals, strategies and guiding principles.
Organizations that account for the social determinants of health and connect patients to services that meet their social needs could reduce spending by approximately 11 percent within a year, according to a recent study.
Beelieve it! Hoover wins national Junior Achievement award. Local entrepreneurship programming support for Junior Achievement of East Central Ohio is generously provided by The Burton D. Morgan Foundation, The Hoover Foundation, The Deuble Foundation, Fred Olivieri Construction, Coastal Pet Products, Belden Brick Co., A.A. Hammersmith Insurance, E-Tank Ltd., Old Wood Ltd., Garner Financial Services - State Farm, and the Ohio Small Business Development Center.
Strategies to End Homelessness already has raised $30,000 for the summer surge thanks mostly to funding provided by the Greater Cincinnati Foundation.
Here’s what’s on this year’s top 10 list for leisure time reading on the screened porch. Many of the books made the list as recommendations from the 2018 Equity Summit.
Health systems and community stakeholders around the country are choosing to form new collaborations to address the social factors that have created great health disparities between low-income and more-affluent neighborhoods.