It is clear to everyone in the nonprofit world that video is a critical communications tool. Video is everywhere, online and on mobile. YouTube alone delivers four billion video views a day. How nonprofits can effectively use video is less clear – questions of how to produce compelling video, how to measure video’s effectiveness and how to budget for it still loom large.
This publication highlights attributes that characterize community foundations in ways beyond asset values.
Help Community Foundations define themselves with metrics beyond asset size and provide data points for communicating to the public.
It is a given that today’s level of student learning will directly impact our future economic and civic well-being. Yet too often, educators and our public schools, serving almost 50 million students, seem to be under attack, underappreciated, and often underfunded. This is not the way to prepare our nation—and our nation’s children— for the future. We need to find a set of strategies and tools both to support them and to accelerate learning.
The Strive Partnership outcome indicators represent a snapshot of local education data from birth through college for the urban core of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region. Please use caution when attempting to make comparisons across the data. In some cases data is comparable, but the intent of reporting is to put the data out there, stimulate discussion and help us to identify additional data that is needed as well as support to affect the outcome.
Video is everywhere online and on mobile, and nonprofits know that it is a critical communications tool. How nonprofits can effectively use video is less clear. This benchmark report and guide is the first to examine how and what nonprofits are doing with video and what best practices have emerged.
The new, streamlined National Standards for community foundations.
This infographic demonstrates how Philanthropy Ohio led, connected and informed our members in 2016.
We’ve taken a look back at our how we pursued our vision and mission during 2017 and are pleased to present highlights of our year’s work in an infographic format with links to more information. Thanks to everyone who engaged in the network, presented and attended programs, contributed articles and participated in initiatives, leading to the results we’re publishing today.