Education Advisory Committee’s meeting items provided by presenters Sameer Gadkaree and Jim Bennett
Indiana Philanthropy Alliance, Council of Michigan Foundations and Philanthropy Ohio are pleased to provide you the Sustainability Costing Tool. It is our hope that community foundations will use this tool to generate data that will empower them to develop a path toward sustainability.
Downloadable registration form for the 2015 Tri-State (OH, PA, NY) Community Foundation Conference - October 27-28.
Many communities are struggling to retain local college graduates, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM). How do we encourage them to return to their communities and fill available positions?
AOFG will promote, leverage and sustain positive impact through a dynamic collaboration between foundations with common interests partnering with people and organizations to advance transformation in Appalachian Ohio. This is primarily accomplished by providing technical assistance and support related to issues, challenges and opportunities; networking with others interested in enhancing Appalachian Ohio assets; and co-investing, as appropriate, on mutual areas of interest.
On January 31, 2018, Ohio’s cradle-to-career initiatives, college access organizations and multiple statewide educational groups, including Philanthropy Ohio, joined together to bring attention to Ohio's goal that, by 2025, 65% of its citizens will have a 2-year or 4-year degree or a marketable credential.
Philanthropy Ohio asks the Ohio General Assembly to allocate funds for 2020 Census activities in the state.