President Reagan declared November 15 National Philanthropy Day back in 1986 and the tradition of celebrating philanthropy has grown worldwide and here in Ohio. It’s a day that recognizes all who volunteer their time, treasure and talent to make a difference in communities, through large gestures and small but all coming from a generosity of spirit and concern for their neighbors next door and around the world.
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Adjusting Medicaid payments for social determinants of health would help address the broader social needs of children, according to a new report.
Our monthly enewsletter brings members the most current developments in education policy in the state and nation.
‘Seen Unseen’ exhibit at Artists Archives in Cleveland highlights African-American artists, known and unknown supported by the Cleveland Foundation and the Ohio Arts Council.
Our monthly enewsletter updates members about Ohio and U.S. health policy developments
In Cincinnati last month for Philanthropy Forward ’19, we were thrilled to announce and applaud the 2019 Philanthropy Award winners. This year, we played videos that captured the winners’ accomplishments as well as statements from the nominators.
Philanthropy Ohio submitted written testimony on Sub HB 154, which would dissolve and replace all current academic distress commissions
The news last week of Steve Minter’s passing came as we get ready to celebrate Philanthropy Ohio’s 35th anniversary at this year’s annual meeting on Thursday – a celebration made possible in large part due to the vision Steve Minter had and made a reality. We are deeply saddened by his passing and extend our condolences to his family.
Medicaid-approved changes remove barriers for Ohio’s lead clean-up program.
HB 305: an analysis of Ohio’s proposed school funding plan finds that while it makes progress, there’s still an equity gap for poor districts